Phil Perkins Photography

Icicles on Gorge Wall

These icicles were photographed while hiking on the trail between Upper and Lower Piney Falls, located on the Cumberland Plateau in the Piney Falls State Natural Area, near Grandview, TN.

It’s a nice contrast between green moss and white ice, which would look wonderful behind glass in a frame on a wall in your home. You can find many prints available in my gallery, so stop by for a visit when you’re in the neighborhood…

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19 responses to “Icicles on Gorge Wall”

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, dear Rebecca ~ much appreciated! 🙂

      1. rebecca s revels Avatar

        You’re very welcome. I have a fondness for water shots in any of its many forms.

  1. Inge David Avatar

    Prachtig vastgelegd de ijskristallen tijdens je wandeling! Het moet er wel heel koud geweest zijn ! Have a wonderful day dear Phil! 👌👍❤️

    1. Phil Avatar

      Je bent een lieverd, mijn lieve vriendin Inge ~ dankjewel! Ja, het was koud genoeg (onder het vriespunt) dat ik een lange broek moest dragen…brrr! Ik waardeer je vriendelijke woorden en wens jou ook een fijne dag 👍👌❤️

  2. Pepper Avatar

    Lovely icicles but watch your step. 😁

    1. Phil Avatar

      haha Yes, so true ~ TY Irene 🤗

  3. junymond Avatar

    Hi Phil, brrrrr,🥶 it looks cold 👍👍

    1. Phil Avatar

      Hello my friend ~ yes, it was below freezing and cold…brrr!! TY dear 🤗🌹

  4. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

    Wow, when did you capture this Phil?

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, dear Cindy! I shot this at the end of December, when it was 30-degrees outdoors…brrr!! Wishing you a warm evening, my friend! 💞

      1. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

        Wow…you are a rock star Phil!~. Nice going. Thanks a lot and you too! 💞

        1. Phil Avatar

          Thank you, Cindy!~. 😘

          1. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

            You’re so welcome Phil!💕❤️

  5. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

    A lovely photo of some wickedly sharp-looking icicles!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks a bunch, dear Tiffany! Yes, in fact some of the icicles became an issue. Though the morning began at 30-degrees, the previous afternoon had warmed, loosening some of the icicles. And, the longer I stayed at the park this day, the warmer it got…such that, periodically, huge (5-8 feet) icicles would come crashing down from cliffs, some on to the trail! So, I always made sure to keep at eye overhead as I hiked, just in case. 🫠

      1. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

        Wow! That could be “pointentionaly” dangerous! 😂

        1. Phil Avatar

          😂🤣 Good one, Tiffany…such “piercing” humor! 😂😘

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