Meigs Falls


I recently drove to the Smoky Mountains to capture photographs along Little River. Standing 20-feet tall, this waterfall is named Meigs Falls and can be observed from Little River Gorge Road, along a scenic pullover. However, because it’s set back in the forest approx. 100-yards, it’s often overlooked by passersby while driving.

Using a crop-sensor Nikon D7500 with a 1.5 times magnification, these photographs were shot with a zoom lens at focal lengths of 18mm (27mm) and 105mm (157mm), respectively. And, they would look even better close-up on an empty wall in your home! You can visit my gallery to select a print type of your choosing, and framed prints may also customized to make it your own!

Thanks for stopping by!


11 responses to “Meigs Falls”

  1. Oh my goodness, you know how I feel about your shots featuring the natural flow and presence of water Phil. 📷🌞🌅 These are some awesome photos and well worth the drive to get there my friend!!! 🚙🌟🥰

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