Tag: exercise

  • Black and White Mountains

    Black and White Mountains

    More specifically, a black and white photograph of the Smoky Mountains, as captured from a location known as The Jump Off, a scenic detour along the trail to Charlies Bunion. Prints available.

  • Lower Piney Falls

    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

  • Mountains Beyond

    Mountains Beyond

    This black and white photograph features several trees obscuring a background view of the Smoky Mountains, as seen from the top of Mount LeConte, located near Gatlinburg, Tennessee. You can see more in my gallery.

  • Richland Creek

    Richland Creek

    With the water low, I was able to explore Richland Creek more closely. Seen here, morning sunlight has crested gorge walls, casting reflections of gold and green upon largely still, shallow waters. See fine prints and more, here:

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  • Richland Creek

    Richland Creek

    • Style: Photography
    • Genre: Landscape
    • Software: Affinity Photo
    • Shops: Pixels, ArtPal

    This is Richland Creek, located along the Laurel-Snow Trail in Dayton, TN.

  • Shots From the Trail

    Here are a few random photographs I took while hiking along the Laurel-Snow Trail, in Dayton, Tennessee. If you’re in the area and enjoy the great outdoors, then you should definitely visit this park along Richland Creek!

  • Cascades on Richland Creek

    Cascades on Richland Creek

    This photograph of cascades running along Richland Creek was taken while hiking on the Laurel-Snow Trail, in Dayton, Tennessee. You can find fine prints and more in my galleries at ArtPal and Pixels. Thanks for visiting!

  • Morning on Richland Creek

    With the water low, I was able to explore Richland Creek more closely. Seen here, morning sunlight has crested the gorge walls, casting reflections of gold and green upon largely still, shallow waters. A peaceful, beautiful scene.

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  • Return to the Laurel-Snow Trail

    Located in a gorge along Richland Creek in Dayton, Tennessee, the Laurel-Snow Trail provides hikers with many scenic landscapes, waterfalls and rocky waterways. During the early 1900’s, the area was home to the Dayton Coal & Iron Company, with many remnants from that era still intact today – mine shafts, arches, retaining walls, structural supports of old railways, etc..

    The park also has many massive rocks scattered along the creek, including this 40-foot tall boulder (see photograph). Though the water was low during my recent visit, this affords one the opportunity to more closely explore the creek bed. If you haven’t hiked this area, you really should check it out…there’s so much to see!

    Fine prints and more are available in my gallery at Pixels. So, stop by to find the perfect accent piece for a wall in your home or workplace – or, as a gift!

  • Emory Gap Falls

    Emory Gap Falls

    Standing 20-feet tall in the Frozen Head State Park of Tennessee, Emory Gap Falls can be enjoyed on a 3 mile out and back hike. As with many other waterfalls, it’s best to visit the site following rain – especially during summer months. As seen here, the area also provides interesting geological features. You can visit my galleries at Pixels and ArtPal to discover fine prints & more!

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  • Rocks, Water and Trees

    Apparently, these chaotic rocks have been stationary long enough for a medium-sized tree to call the area home. These photographs were taken at Emory Gap Falls, in the Frozen Head State Park and Natural Area, at Wartburg, Tennessee. The falls, obscured from view by boulders, stand 20-feet tall. Prints & more available.

  • Stack of Boulders

    Stack of Boulders

    This photograph taken at the Frozen Head State Park and Natural Area features the 20-foot tall Emory Gap Falls, situated in the background behind a stack of jumbled boulders and a tree. A variety of fine prints are available in my gallery.

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  • Return to Emory Gap Falls

    Located in the Cumberland Mountains at Wartburg, Tennessee, the Frozen Head State Park and Natural Area has many trails in over 24,000 acres of wilderness. One such trail is a 3 mile out and back hike to the 20-foot tall Emory Gap Falls.

    Unlike parks in the Smoky Mountains, where the volume of tourists can at times be excessive, Frozen Head is a more remote location to enjoy the great outdoors. In fact, on this particular occasion, I was the only visitor present at the falls.

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  • Throwback Thursday

    This is me at 20 years old, circa 1984. I don’t know what I weighed at the time of this photograph, but certainly much less than I do now! 😆

  • Mount LeConte

    Mount LeConte

    The tallest mountain located fully with the state of Tennessee, Mount LeConte stands an impressive 6593-feet above sea level and provides visitors stunning panoramic scenery of the Smoky Mountains. Hiking the Alum Cave Trail up the mountain to its farthest most point, Myrtle Point, one can expect to log approx. 12 miles roundtrip. Or, if you book a room one year in advance, a few cabins at LeConte Lodge offer accommodation for a more restful visit. Either way, you can enjoy prints of these peaks with a purchase when you visit my gallery. Wall art selections include framed, metal, art, acrylic, wood, poster, canvas and tapestry. Thanks for visiting!