Located in the Colditz Cove State Natural Area, near Allardt, Tennessee, the picturesque 65-foot tall Northrup Falls provides visitors a quiet retreat to enjoy nature. The gorge itself is also a sight to see, with significant overhanging cliffs offering geological interest, as well as natural shelter.
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With eight proportional aspects, this kaleidoscopic digital mandala imagery provides balance in hues of gold, teal and brown. Focus on the center as you meditate to amplify harmony in your space, and enjoy this design on a variety of products available in my shops at Society 6 and Pixels.
This sepia tone photograph highlights geological formations surrounding Northrup Falls, a 65-foot tall waterfall located on the Cumberland Plateau at the Colditz Cove State Natural Area near Allardt, Tennessee. Prints available.
This gritty, retro electric guitar with colorful, psychedelic effects is available in my shop at Pixels. Stop by to discover all sorts of cool stuff for sale in these categories – wall art, home decor, puzzles, lifestyle, stationary, phone cases, beach, coffee mugs, face masks and apparel. Catch you on the flip side 😎
Enjoy this abstract, chaotic graphic design featuring a random stream of shapes with a colorful gradient ranging from dark blue to turquoise, to a light mint green. Adobe Photoshop and Filter Forge were used to create this image, instantly one of my favorites! Check it out on a variety of products in my shop at Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels.
Leaving Knoxville, Tennessee at 5:00 a.m., it was a 2 hour drive and I was the first person to arrive at the trail. By the time I returned to my vehicle, however, the parking lot was full.
If you arrive early, come prepared with the correct fee: an envelope with 16-quarters + a $1 bill isn’t easy to pass through the slot in the fee-deposit box. D’oh!
During my hike, I met several interesting people – a Pastor and his wife from Knoxville, a couple traveling on vacation from Ohio, and an individual from Marietta, Georgia, who was filming the canyon using a drone.
Despite being only 1.1 miles out and back, visitors must traverse 600 steps into the canyon. I was pleased that the trails were in good condition, and the hike wasn’t too difficult. For those in need of a rest, however, several benches have been conveniently situated along the trail.
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