Sometimes when it rains, it pours. Most of time when it rains, people open umbrellas to keep dry. And, once every blue moon, a visitor to this site is looking for digital artwork of people making every effort to remain dry during rainfall. Is this your lucky day? If so, then visit my gallery to discover some cool print options featuring this artwork. Thanks!
Located at the Fall Creek Falls State Park in Tennessee, this photograph captures a view along rock ledges into the mist, over the top edge of 85-foot Cane Creek Falls. If you’d be interested in a print for your home, then please visit my gallery for a selection of options. Thanks!
Enjoy this scenic photography in your home or office with a print from my gallery at Fine Art America! I shot this picture of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee from the Foothills Parkway, near Wears Valley, soon after sunrise.
Photographs from my recent visit to Graveyard Fields Trail, NC –
Patches of fog cling to the forest in this Smoky Mountains landscape, as photographed from a scenic overlook. See more.
Water cascades down a Smoky Mountains hillside, under branches and around moss-covered rocks. With a rainy weather system in place during my drive from North Carolina to Tennessee, low clouds were an obstacle of expansive views. So, I instead opted to take photographs at several different roadside stops – as seen here.
I recently visited Soco Falls, a picturesque double waterfall located on the Eastern Cherokee Reservation between Maggie Valley & Cherokee, North Carolina. Visitors can hear the waterfalls from the small parking area, and it’s only a short 5-minute hike to an observation platform.
For a better view, the trail continues downhill to the base of the falls. It’s steep and rocky, with a constant mist in the air keeping the trail muddy, though several ropes have been installed to aid hikers during the descent.
If you’d be interested in a print of any kind, visit my shop at Pixels.