I don’t know the name of this creek, but it’s easily accessible from a small parking area along the drive into Cades Cove – in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. It’s also easy to secure a print for yourself through my online shop at Pixels.
Enjoy the beauty of white water along Middle Prong Little River, as a sliver of sunlight crests the mountain to illuminate an edge of running water. Prints available.
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Go With The Flow
Enjoy this close-up capture of white water splashing over rocks in a race to the bottom. This may be just what you’re looking for on a wall in your home…
This is Richland Creek, a scenic waterway running along the Laurel-Snow Falls Trail, near Dayton, Tennessee. There are many sights to enjoy, here, and I encourage hikers to visit the park – it’s one of my favorites! Prints available.
Prints available. At 125-feet wide, the Cumberland River drops 60-feet over Cumberland Falls, also known as the Niagara of The South. Located near Corbin, Kentucky, this popular tourist destination features several scenic overlooks, restrooms and a gift shop, with a thunderous echo of falling water heard throughout the gorge. It’s also the only location in the Western Hemisphere to have a “Moonbow”. In addition, there’s an excellent hiking trail to Eagle Falls, just across the river – a must see if you enjoy hiking!
You’ve been lost in the desert for several days. Now, out of energy, you’re crawling through the blistering hot sand, wishing for any sign of relief, any sign of help to be rescued from such misery. If only you’d remembered to bring along your canteen! Then, suddenly, you spot a 1/2-full glass of water with your name all over it. Reaching out for a drink to quench your thirst, you realize it’s only a mirage…d’oh. Satisfy your hunger for cool merchandise featuring my design by visiting these shops:
It’s often said that a person can never go home again; that is, everything changes with time. Memories fade, often becoming embellished and romanticized, and the environment from which recollections stem are also altered. Yet, with a refined sense of appreciation – and, at just the right moment – magic can happen.
This was my experience upon returning to the shores of Lake Superior, the place of my childhood, as seen here – outside the city of Marquette, in Michigan’s upper peninsula, along the beach near Little Presque Isle.
The dynamism of a shoreline governed by powerful forces of nature – i.e., Lake Superior – provided a compelling, beautiful visual and spiritual experience, beyond my reminiscence. A great day, indeed!
Quietly lurking in the dark ocean waters of a desolate, alien world, two hungry sea monsters scavenge a shallow lagoon in search of a meal.