Return to Cumberland Falls

In addition to being the only location in the Western Hemisphere featuring a “Moonbow”, Cumberland Falls (also known as, The Niagara of the South) stands 60-feet tall by 125-feet wide.

A popular tourist destination located in Corbin, Kentucky, the waterfall can be viewed from several observation areas at the park, as well as from the Eagle Falls Trail – across the Cumberland River.

These are some photographs from my recent visit. Many different types of prints are available in my gallery, including: framed, canvas, art, metal, poster, wood, acrylic and tapestry. So, stop by today and find something nice for a wall in your home or office!


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13 responses to “Return to Cumberland Falls”

  1. Soooo beautiful 😍😍😍

    1. Yessss 👏👏👏💖👍

  2. Beautiful scenes Phil 🌹😊

    1. Thanks, Holly ~ it was a nice hike with some warm weather ☺🤗🌹

      1. It would be a lovely hike, I once hiked the Blue ridge mountains but was terrified of Bears. 🙂

        1. 🌄 Beautiful mountains, indeed, and bears certainly can be dangerous (better viewed from a distance). Have a great week, dear Holly. 🙂

  3. WOW, these are some amazing shots Phil. The roaring sounds of the rushing water is powerful, but stimulating at the same time. 🌅🌞🏞 Thanks for the share my friend. 😊🌟💐

    1. So glad you enjoyed it, my dear friend Kym. 📷 It’s a wonderful area to visit, and I certainly caught a break with some nice weather. Have a great week ahead! 😊🌟💐

      1. I did enjoy peeking through the lens of your camera my friend. Listen, you have the most amazing week too! 🥰🥂🌞💖🌟🦋👍🏼 Cheers! 🥂

        1. TY Sweet Kym ~ Cheers! 🥂

    1. Thank you, Tiffany ~ it’s a wonderful area, and I’m glad you like it. Have a great week! 😎

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