Water races rapidly around rocks in the gorge of Richland Creek, located along the Laurel-Snow Trail, near Dayton, Tennessee. If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, visit my gallery.
Located in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, Tennessee, the scenic Nemo Rapids provides visitors with a thunderous white water spectacle. You can visit my shops at Pixels, Society 6 and ArtPal for a closer look at fine merchandise options and available prints. Thanks!
This vintage photograph highlights a trail up Sugarloaf Mountain, located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, near the city of Marquette. With this many tree roots and rocks, it’s good advice to watch your step. Prints and more available.
This is the Savage Gulf State Natural Area, located near Beersheba Springs, Tennessee, in the South Cumberland State Park, where hikers can explore nearly 16,000 acres of wilderness, with 50 miles of trails and several different waterfalls.
Enjoy this view from the comfort of your home or workplace, but don’t get to close to the edge!
Located in the Colditz Cove State Natural Area, at Northrup Falls, this black and white photography highlights substantial overhanging cliffs – caves – which were used historically as shelter by indigenous people. A variety of prints and other items are now available for sale in my shops online at Pixels and Society 6. So, come visit to check it out!
This picturesque 20-foot tall waterfall was photographed on my recent hike to the Window Cliffs State Natural Area, near Baxter, Tennessee. If you’d like to decorate an empty wall in your home or at the office, prints are available. Stop by to find something for yourself, or as a gift!
Located on 275-acres only 18 miles south of Cookeville, Tennessee, Window Cliffs is a popular hiking destination…and for good reason!
Designated as a state natural area in 2014, a 5.3 mile out and back trail crosses water on nine occasions, with provision of fixed coated-cables to assist hiker stability while in the water. Hikers should expect to get wet when visiting (it’s impossible not too), traversing creeks with depths up to waist deep. The first creek is the broadest, spanning an estimated 60-feet across.
Proper hiking shoes are essential, and hikers can expect to remove his/her shoes on occasion during the visit, displacing pebbles. In addition, a walking stick or trekking poles are highly recommended.
There are several points of interest along the hike, including creeks, gorge walls, vistas, forests, dried rocky riverbeds, a 20-foot tall waterfall, scenic overlook of Window Cliffs, and where the trail concludes, at the top of Window Cliffs. I plan to return again in autumn to complete the hike, as I unfortunately sustained a minor injury along the way.
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