Moss and Water

Hiking to the base of Great Falls at the Rock Island State Park, located on the Cumberland Plateau in Spencer, Tennessee, it seemed as if I’d entered into a rainforest of moss and water. However, this is a gorge wall along the Caney Fork waterway. Every surface area on site is very slippery, but, with caution, certainly worth the visit!

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30 comments

  1. TY 📧! Pracht plaatje en mooi streek om te verkennen. Wel gevaarlijke omgeving met het mos en het water, voorzichtigheid is steeds de boodschap! Thanks for sharing this beautiful work! 👌👍🌹Have a wonderful day dear Phil! 🌹🤗

    1. Thank 📧 you too, dear Inge! Ik ben blij dat je het leuk vindt ~ inderdaad een mooie locatie, hoewel moeilijk te bereiken en droog te blijven. Het weer hier ziet er beter uit, dus misschien kan ik morgen wandelen? I also wish you a wonderful day my friend! 🌹😙

    1. Right on, my friend! Indeed, it would almost appear as if I’m in a rainforest of moss and ferns. And, water…everywhere. 🌊🌲🌞 Wishing for you a great day dear Kym! 🤗🌹

    1. Yes, this area would surely seem suitable for such characters of Greek mythology. I’m glad you like it, dear Louise ~ have a pleasant evening! 🙂

  2. THIS. Phil, I gasped when I saw this. It’s like some other universe of pure beauty. I can’t think of words that will do it justice. ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

    1. Thank you, dear Robin ~ it is surely a unique spot that, to me, seemed like being in a rainforest! Have a great day my friend! 🤗🌹

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