Space. Stars. Earth. Moon. Planet. UFO. Discovery. Adventure. Explore. Alien Worlds. Science Fiction. Time. Mystery. Less than the number of stars in the sky, though greater than the quantity of people needed to move even the heaviest piano, this densely populated typographic design is filled with words and is one of a kind! You can discover some very cool stuff when visiting these shops…
Cummins Falls. Cookeville, Tennessee. Prints available in my gallery. Thank you!
Located on the Cumberland Plateau near Cookeville, Tennessee, the 75-foot tall Cummins Falls draws visitors from far and wide. Annually, it accounts for the 8th largest volume of water for a waterfall in the state, and much of the trail used to access the base is the riverbed. Also, inexpensive permits are required to enter the gorge.
Orbiting in space high above the planet Mars, astronauts were astounded to observe a mysterious reflective blue sphere lodged in the surface terrain…
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Located along the Tennessee River in Knoxville, Mead’s Quarry Lake is part of the Ijams Nature Center, a park with over 10 miles of trails to hike & bike, water recreation, rock climbing and bird watching. If you’re looking for an area with easy access to explore and enjoy, you might want to stop by for a visit…
This black and white photograph was shot while hiking along Thunderhead Prong in the Smoky Mountains. It may be just the accent piece you’ve been looking for, so stop by these galleries for a closer look…Pixels & ArtPal. Thanks for visiting!
Actually, it’s Bee Rock Overlook…and, what a view! Autumn is a wonderful time of year to get outdoors and enjoy the colorful change of seasons foliage. This photograph was taken on the Cumberland Plateau in Monterey, Tennessee, while safely standing on a scenic ledge. Now, you can enjoy it on an empty wall at home when you visit my gallery to select one of many fine print options available. Thanks for stopping by!
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.
This autumnal view was photographed from the caprock located at Bee Rock Overlook, in Monterey, Tennessee. You can enjoy this beautiful view at home, work, or as a gift to share with family and friends, when you visit my galleries at Pixels and/or ArtPal. Several print types are available to select. Thanks!
Located near Cookeville, Tennessee, the Cummins Falls State Park features a 75-foot tall waterfall that carries the eighth largest volume of water in the state, annually. Visitors will get their feet wet hiking to visit this picturesque sight, and it’s definitely worth the trek.
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I shot this photograph inside a small cave at the base of South Arch, at Twin Arches near Oneida, Tennessee. It was a narrow cave approx. 12-feet tall, with an opening in the rocks (upper left) allowing sunlight to filter inside. Prints available.
Both sandstone arches are situated end-to-end with a land bridge across the top. In terms of dimensions, the North Arch has a top deck height of 62-feet, a clearance of 51-feet and a span of 93-feet, while the South Arch has a top deck height of 103-feet, a clearance of 70-feet and a span of 135-feet.
The park has two modern (septic tank) restrooms and a small seating area. Not far from the parking lot, the trail splits: to the left, you’ll encounter a set of steep wooden stairs (more like tall ladders with planks as steps) leading to the base of the cliffs; and, to the right the trail leads to the top of the arches.
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The text and image below are from an informational placard on site:
Weaker layers of sandstone form the base of the nearly vertical walls of this narrow ridge. The weathering of these erosion-susceptible layers caused sections of the wall to fall away, forming shallow rock shelters on both sides of the ridge.
The collapse and shelter enlarging process continued until two “windows” in the narrow ridge were formed. This opening enlarged until it reached the stronger and more erosion-resistant sandstone layer of rim rock that caps the Twin Arches.