All posts tagged “trail

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Towering Cliffs

Visit my gallery at Fine Art America to select a print for your home or office! This black and white photograph was taken while hiking at Black Mountain, on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee, near Crab Orchard.

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Adventure At Paine Creek

Originally, my intention was to comb the rock bed along Richland Creek. Given low seasonal water levels across the Cumberland Plateau, I hoped to observe interesting underlying geological formations. However, things changed when I arrived. You’ve probably never heard of Paine Creek. It’s a rather… Read More

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Skinny Dip Falls

Located along the Blue Ridge Parkway in the Pisgah National Forest of North Carolina, Skinny Dip Falls is a 1 mile out and back hike featuring several small waterfalls with refreshing pools. The trailhead is situated across the street from the scenic overlook for Looking… Read More

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Waterfalls And Reflections

This photograph features the picturesque City Lake Falls, located on the Cumberland Plateau, in Cookeville, Tennessee. If you’d be interested in a print for a wall in your home or office, many varieties are available in my shop. Thanks for stopping by!

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Return To Burgess Falls

On the Falling Water River, Burgess Falls State Park is centrally located between Nashville, Chattanooga and Knoxville, Tennessee, with four scenic waterfalls cascading down over 250-feet. An easy hike, the trail is only 1.5 miles out and back, and there’s an observation platform for viewing… Read More

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Upper Piney Falls

Located on the Cumberland Plateau adjacent to Grandview, Tennessee, Upper Piney Falls is a scenic waterfall standing 80-feet tall. It’s a relatively short hike on well-maintained trails, and dogs (leashed) are welcomed. Parking is limited. No restrooms. Following the trail, hikers will encounter a split… Read More

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Mingo Falls

Standing 120-feet tall, the picturesque Mingo Falls is located on the Cherokee Indian Reservation, in the southern Appalachian Mountains of Cherokee, North Carolina. It’s a short uphill hike of over 150 concrete steps, with the trail ending at a footbridge over the creek. The stairway… Read More

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Falling Water And Bridge

Water follows gravity under a wooden bridge, over small ledges and across a striated rock-surface. I shot this photograph along a small stream at Falls Creek Falls State Park. Prints and other items are available in my galleries at Pixels and/or Fine Art America. Enjoy!… Read More

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Rockhouse Creek Falls

Though sometimes dry, I visited Fall Creek Falls State Park following a period of rain, and was pleased to enjoy Rockhouse Creek Falls, standing 125-feet tall and feeding into Cane Creek Gorge. Guests may visit my shop to find a variety of prints available. Thanks… Read More