Tag: waterfall

another roadside attraction

Roadside Waterfall

Nature, Photography April 20, 2019

While driving in the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, located in Tennessee, I spotted this small waterfall along the side of the road and was able to stop for a photograph. You can see this image on a variety of prints – and other items, too – in my gallery at Pixels. Stop by for a visit!

The Sinks

Tennessee Waterfall

Nature, Photography March 29, 2019

In the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, The Sinks is a popular, picturesque waterfall located along the Little River. You can bring this wonderful scene of nature inside your home or workplace by selecting from a variety of different print types – available in my gallery at Pixels.

Thanks for stopping by!

Upper Meigs Falls

Upper Meigs Falls

Nature, Photography March 28, 2019

Located along Little River Gorge Road (State Highway 73) in the Smoky Mountains near Townsend, Tennessee, is The Sinks, a popular roadside waterfall. Parking is available, though limited – so plan to arrive early.

The Sinks

This is the trailhead for Meigs Creek Trail, which, at a distance of 2 miles, features the picturesque 18′ Upper Meigs Falls

Upper Meigs Falls
Upper Meigs Falls

Along the hike, it’s necessary to cross the creek several times, stepping on stones and walking across logs to keep dry. So, you’ll probably want to carry (or locate) a walking stick to use for balance. Caution: damp surfaces and moss may be slippery.

Here’s a video taken at the base of Upper Meigs Falls

Upper Meigs Falls

Enjoy the great outdoors!

Rushing Water

Rushing Water

Photography, Structures July 10, 2018

Peering out over the edge of a wooden barrel on the verge of plummeting 15 feet down a waterfall, I questioned the wisdom of my decision to accept a challenge from friends…lol. Actually, this photograph was taken at the Barton Dam in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I added it to my gallery at Fine Art America today, so drop in for a visit sometime…

Barton Dam In Ann Arbor

Barton Dam

Photography, Structures July 7, 2018

Built in 1912-1913, Barton Dam is one of Ann Arbor’s four dams on the Huron River. It stands 34 feet high and 1767 feet long. This hydroelectric power facility has a 900-kilowatt turbine that generates 4.2 million kWh per year. Guests are invited to visit my gallery at Fine Art America to review a variety of prints and other items featuring this photograph.

Black And White Landscape

Black And White Landscape

Nature, Photography May 19, 2018

This black and white landscape photograph of the Little River in Tennessee was taken during January in the Smoky Mountains. Guests are encouraged to visit my gallery at Fine Art America to discover a variety of available print types – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic. Thanks for stopping by!

States of Water

States of Water

Nature, Photography May 6, 2018

Enjoy this wintertime photography taken last December at Barton Hills Dam, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, featuring both running and frozen water. You can pick an appropriately sized framed-print to customize to your liking, or select from several other print options in my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by!

River With Ice

River With Ice

Nature, Photography January 16, 2018

A cold winter, below normal temperatures this season dipped south into Tennessee, including along the Little River in the Smoky Mountains. Enjoy this landscape photography on a wall in your home or at the office, and select from a variety of print types (framed, art, canvas, metal, wood and acrylic). Please visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more…

Kentucky Waterfall

Kentucky Waterfall

Nature, Space August 2, 2016

Enjoy my artistic rendition of a waterfall photographed in 1996 at the Cumberland Falls State Park in Kentucky. Not the primary attraction, this secondary falls was discovered downstream while exploring the area. Incidentally, regarding the primary Cumberland Falls – also called the “Niagara of the South” – with a full moon and clear night sky you can see the moonbow (a lunar rainbow that appears in the base of the waterfall). This phenomenon is not found anywhere else in the Western Hemisphere! Visit my gallery at Pixels to discover an assortment of items available featuring this image.