Small Waterfall

Whether referred to as cascades or a small waterfall, this spot along Lynn Camp Prong provides a splendid area to rest and enjoy the beauty of nature. This photograph was taken in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, in the Tremont section along Middle Prong Trail. Fine prints and more are available when you visit my galleries at Pixels and ArtPal. Hope to see you soon…

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13 responses to “Small Waterfall”

    1. Thank you, Vijay 👍

  1. Love this one too! You capture such great photos, Phil!

    1. Thanks very much, dear Lori ~ glad you like it! 🙂

  2. Love this shot my Poetic Master Photographer! 📷🌅🌞 You’ve taken us to a place where sheer tranquility happens. This is my element for sure! 🥰 Cheers! 🥂

    1. This is that place, my dear friend. The steady rhythm of falling water in unison with gravity creates a pleasant breeze, as it follows the flow down the mountain. Kick back, smell the forest, sense the mist on your skin and feel nature within you. Chill, meditate or sing…it’s your thing, enjoy. Thank you, Kym ~ Cheers! 😙🌺🥂✨

      1. Oh Mr. Poetry in Motion, I love your vibe. Thank you for taking me along for the ride Phil!!! 🥰🥂😍

  3. I wish I had a waterfall close to me to shoot & for once get to try out my ND filter (it will be an antique before I get to use it). The closest fall here in VA is Crabtree Falls, about an hour down I-81.

    1. Thanks Mitchell 👍

  4. Very beautiful dear Phil! Have a great day!

    1. I appreciate your kind words, dear Inge ~ thanks very much! Wishing for you the same, my friend! 🌹🤗

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