Fog Over Cascades

Morning fog lingers with mist from a full, fast-flowing cascades in the South Cumberland State Park of Tennessee, upstream of Savage Falls.

This aesthetic black and white photograph would make an excellent accent piece in your home, at work, or as a gift to give to family or friends. Many different print types are available, and I encourage you to visit my galleries to see more:


Here’s a video filmed downstream while hiking the same day as I shot the (above) photograph, featuring the roaring 30-foot tall Savage Falls. I timed my visit to the park following a substantial rainfall…


May This Be Love, by Jimi Hendrix (1967) – see lyrics here.


10 responses to “Fog Over Cascades”

  1. The falls really have savage power, from the look of it!

    1. Indeed, the water was high and moving with great force. I’m glad you like it, dear Indira ~ have a nice day! 🤗🌹

  2. Prachtige foto van deze waterval en heel mooi vastgelegd in de video! Het zwart wit is heel mooi! Top! Dank je wel om dit te delen! Fijne dag beste Phil! Greetings! 👌👍🌹

    1. Je bent heel lief mijn lieve Inge! Heel erg bedankt voor je vriendelijke woorden, en ik ben blij dat je geniet van mijn post! Het was een erg natte tijd om te bezoeken en het water stroomde behoorlijk snel. Ik wens je een fijne avond mijn vriend! Greetings! 🌹🌹🤗🙏🙏

      1. Kan het zien aan het water dat het snel ging, de tonen in de video geven het gevoel alsof ik er bij staat! Gewoon, fantastisch ! 👍

    1. Thank you, dear Irene ~ much appreciated 🙂

  3. Fabulous Photography 📸
    😂😂 I was not expecting the water noise 🔊 wow. One computer 💻 on the floor. 😅

    1. Hahaha Yes, the water was flowing quite loudly with power, the sound of which often gets amplified within gorge walls. I’m glad you like it ~ thanks! 🤗

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