Watching the Water

…and, watching my step! This photograph was taken while standing on a rock in the middle of Thunderhead Prong, in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. I was able to access this spot due to seasonally low levels of water. You can also enjoy this mossy mountain landscape, on a print in your home or office, when you visit my galleries at Pixels, Redbubble and/or ArtPal. Select from several print options available. Thanks very much!

18 responses to “Watching the Water”

  1. Eeeeeeee!! So easy to slide off one of those luscious green patches of moss! Phil, thank you for bringing these amazing pictures to the world – so very beautiful! 🥰

    • I’m sorry to hear about your leg, dear Kelly. While I can appreciate the beauty of nature, I absolutely respect the potential dangers, too, moving deliberately. Thanks very much 🤗🌹

      • I broke it on the Fundy Foot Path 4 years ago. A 5 day hike that ended in a noxious step that broke my leg in three places. A horrible event that changed my life. I still hike, I just assess risk differently now.

        • I’ve had a few bad injuries, but nothing like that. Indeed, risks abound and accidents – as well as age – have led me to exercise much greater caution. 🙏🙂

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