Top of Blue Hole Falls


Cherokee National Forest

Though the water level was low during my recent visit, the beauty inherent in this natural landscape remains consistent.

Located in Elizabethton, Tennessee, this is the first (top) waterfall in a series of four falls which are easily accessed by visitors.

You may enjoy purchasing a print of this scenery, and can do so by visiting my gallery to select the best option – choose from these print types:

  • framed
  • canvas
  • art
  • metal
  • wood
  • poster
  • tapestry
  • acrylic

Enjoy the great outdoors!


13 responses to “Top of Blue Hole Falls”

  1. Someone once told me that water won’t be denied – that it goes where it wants to go & when it wants to go there. Your waterfalls seem to enjoy their power, tumbling and dancing from above. LOVE this!

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