Water Shots

These photographs include Lost Creek Falls, Big Laurel Creek and Rylander Cascades. Each is located on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee, atop the states largest network of underground caves. Though foliage conceals an upper aspect of Lost Creek Falls, it stands 50-feel tall and immediately vanishes into an underground sink, never to be seen again. Check it out!

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19 responses to “Water Shots”

  1. Robin King Avatar

    FANTASTIC! Oh, wow, Phil, these are new favs. 👏❤️👏❤️👏 them – that water moves! The foliage glows, the rocks glisten – WOW!!! 🥰

    1. Phil Avatar

      It is a lovely area, indeed, with so much to see! I’m glad that you like this group of photos, Robin ~ have a great day! 🤗🌹

      1. Robin King Avatar

        So cool! I wonder what the acoustics are like in the caves. 🎶🎵

  2. Robin King Avatar

    And then the water disappears? Amazing.

    1. Phil Avatar

      ✅ There’s a cave located 250-feet away, into which the water travels underground. It’s actually a network of caves in which spelunkers have mapped 7 miles of underground trails. It’s the largest cavern system in the state of Tennessee, with only 5 entrances – one of which is here, known as Lost Creek Cave.

  3. Inge David Avatar

    Prachtige fotoreeks met die watervallen! Gewoon TOP!
    Have a wonderful day dear Phil! Greetings! 👌👍🌹

    1. Phil Avatar

      Zo aardig van je om te zeggen, lieve Inge ~ heel erg bedankt! Het is een prachtige locatie, en ik hoop later dit seizoen weer terug te gaan. Ik hoop dat je een fijne week hebt en wens je altijd het beste! 🌹🤗

    1. Phil Avatar

      I’m glad you like these water shots, Jackie ~ thanks 🙂

  4. louiseaprimeau Avatar

    Wow! Stunning! Do locals visit this area to cool off on a hot summer’s day! Or are these amazing places well hidden and difficult to access?

    1. Phil Avatar

      Hello, Louise. Not too much is these locations. Lost Creek Falls is away from populated areas, so the draw is limited. Big Laurel Creek sees some hikers and other people camping along the trail nearby. Generally, though – at other more easily accessed areas – many waterfalls with plunge pools are very popular spots to cool off in the summer. Hence, weekends can get quite busy. Thanks for visiting, and have a nice day! 🙂

  5. travelling_han Avatar

    So beautiful as always

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, dear Hannah.

  6. Balle Avatar

    Fantastically beautiful waterfalls 🤩

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you so much, my dear friend!

  7. Annabel Avatar

    OMG! These waterfalls😍! A dreamlike mixture of beauty and inspiration.. thank You for sharing!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Knowing that I have brought forth a smile for you, dear Annabel, I’m inspired me to continue sharing ~ I appreciate your kind words my beautiful friend, thank you! 🥰

      1. Annabel Avatar

        Most welcome! And you are most wonderful, Phil!🥳🏜🌻

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