Phil Perkins Photography

Potter’s Falls

Normally a quiet, 18-foot tall waterfall on Crooked Fork Creek, located in Wartburg, Tennessee, this photograph features a very powerful Potter’s Falls, as seen following substantial rainfall. Many prints and more are available in the following galleries –

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13 responses to “Potter’s Falls”

    1. Phil Avatar
  1. Robin King Avatar

    Astonishing! The water! So much, so fast! A powerful vision of nature! 👏👏👏👏👏

    1. Phil Avatar

      Yes, the water was moving with great power, indeed – no swimming on this day! I do wish you a great day, my friend & TY for your comments! 🤗

  2. House of Heart Avatar

    This is beautiful and an example of natures unexpected power. 🤗

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, dear Holly ~ much appreciated! 🤗

      1. House of Heart Avatar

        You’re so welcome!

  3. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

    wow Phil, the image strikes a cord somewhere of something, some place I can’t put my finger on but is familiar and comforting. I don’t think it’s a waterfall but it conjured up a memory. Perhaps it will come later! 💖 Fab work my friend😘

    1. Phil Avatar

      🤔 Hmm…perhaps it was a cleansing mud bath, a warm jacuzzi with bubbling jets, or, going way back, jumping through a lawn sprinkler? Please share if it comes to you. In the meantime, I will thank you 🙏🏼 for your always kind words, dear Cindy, and send one back atcha 😘

      1. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

        oooh ooooh.. you maybe getting close my friend. thanks for the imagery planted. It was wild the murkiness and cool power yet soothing feelings that it evoked.
        It’s a pleasure my friend and thanks for yours always! 💖

  4. cindyschnackel Avatar

    Beautiful rushing of the water, you captured it very well.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks very much, dear Cindy ~ have a great day! 🤗

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