Ledges and Cascades

Water cascades over a surface of rock ledges along Abrams Creek, located at Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on a trail to Abrams Falls. If interested, you can discover fine prints available in my gallery. Thanks!


11 responses to “Ledges and Cascades”

  1. Must be nice sounds coming from that creek. We can hear water dripping from eavestroughs as the snow is finally melting with warmer weather. No creeks close by so will have to be satisfied with melting snow! Have a great week Phil.

    1. Yes, I always love the sound of water, whether up close or echoing through the forest. Indeed, spring has arrived. Thank you for your kind words, dear Louise, and I wish you a great week ahead, too. 🤗

  2. Wonderful capture and work dear Phil! 👍👌🌹

    1. So kind of you to say, my sweet friend Inge ~ thank you dear! I wish you a great week ahead! 🌹🌹🤗🙏🙏

  3. Nature is wild and beautiful! Amazing shot Phil 🌼

    1. Thank you, my dear Holly. 🌼 Like nature, you’re beautiful, and, having read your wonderful poem entitled, “Impulse“, perhaps a bit wild, as well. For the record, you’re always welcome to ‘pounce’ on me, so long as you purr more than you bite. 😉😻

      1. I always purr when I bite. Takes the sting out. 😉🐝

        1. Purr-fect, my lovely friend. 🌺

    1. Thanks so much, dear Jackie ~ much appreciated! 🤗🌹

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