Phil Perkins Photography

Lower Piney Falls

Located on the Cumberland Plateau in Grandview, Tennessee, this photograph of cascades was taken at the top of Lower Piney Falls, close to the edge of the actual 40-foot waterfall.

© 2022 Phil Perkins

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12 responses to “Lower Piney Falls”

  1. Inge David Avatar

    Wonderful work as always! Happy weekend dear Phil! 👌👍🌹

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you my dear friend, Inge ~ wishing you the same! 🌹🤗

  2. mic Avatar

    👌👌👌📷🖼

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks Mic 👍

  3. Blagica Avatar
    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you my dear friend, Balle 🤗🌹

  4. Travel Spirit Avatar

    You’re giving me lots of ideas for hikes. 🙂

    1. Phil Avatar

      Right on, dear Sherry. If you’re ever visiting the area, I’d be happy to share tips or show you some trails to hike. This particular location is an hour from me, with two waterfalls…one is 80-feet tall, and the other, seen here from the top, drops 40-feet (though requires a somewhat adventurous spirit to access the base). And, only 15 miles from this park are Stinging Fork Falls. While these trails are always open, the flow of water does vary depending on the time of year (or recent weather activity). Have a great day! 😘

      1. Travel Spirit Avatar

        That’s very kind of you! I’m hoping to go in mid-October.

        1. Phil Avatar

          🍂🍁📷😎

  5. allenrizzi Avatar
    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you Allen 👍

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