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  • Rocky Landscape

    Water ripples on Richland Creek amidst a rocky gorge embankment, located along the Laurel-Snow Trail in Dayton, Tennessee. It’s one of my favorite places to hike, featuring a diverse array of waterfalls, creekside beauty and tall cliffs.

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  • Beneath the Water

    Rocks, rocks and more rocks. This is Richland Creek, located along the Laurel-Snow Trail in Dayton, Tennessee, photographed in July 2020 without water. Despite dry conditions, this geological surface was a lot of fun to explore. If interested, you can visit my gallery to see prints available featuring my photography.

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  • 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!

  • 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!

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  • Paine Creek Falls

    Paine Creek Falls

    Photographed during a period of low water, this is Paine Creek Falls, located in Dayton, Tennessee, along the Laurel-Snow Trail on the Cumberland Plateau. You can visit my gallery to see this image and many others from the area, available on a plethora of fine prints for your home or office. Thank you!

  • Still Water Reflects

    Still Water Reflects

    Water dips below the moss-line at Paine Creek during a dry summer, still yet reflecting a splash of beauty amidst the rock and green moss. This simple scene may be just what you’re looking to add to an empty wall space in your home, or elsewhere. If so, visit my gallery to select the perfect accent piece – prints of all kinds, shapes and sizes are available. Museum quality, with a 100% satisfaction guarantee!

  • Hiking Paine Creek

    Hiking Paine Creek

    Located in Dayton, Tennessee, adjacent to the Laurel-Snow Trail on the Cumberland Plateau, hiking the gorge at Paine Creek provides visitors several scenic cliffs. If you’d be interested in a print of my photography, then you can visit my gallery for a variety of options: framed, canvas, art, metal, wood, poster, acrylic and tapestry.

  • Paine Creek Waterfall

    Paine Creek Waterfall

    This waterfall along Paine Creek is an obscure, though beautiful, sight for hikers to enjoy. It’s located on the Cumberland Plateau in Dayton, Tennessee, along an offshoot path from the Laurel-Snow Trail, which parallels Richland Creek. You’ll climb uphill, over structural remnants from historic mining operations, along rock faces, down to Paine Creek and then back up again, and traverse a 2-foot wide mountainside pathway, ending with a descent into the creek bed of an upper gorge. Interestingly, during periods of average water volume, the creek disappears entirely under a rock ledge, drains into a mineshaft underfoot (under rock), and flows back out as another smaller waterfall downstream. If you might like a print, then visit my gallery at Fine Art America to select the print type which best suits your interests. Thanks, and enjoy the great outdoors!

  • Paine Creek

    Paine Creek

    One of my favorites places to hike is the Laurel-Snow Trail in Dayton, Tennessee. In addition to Richland Creek, there are many side trails to explore, including this remote 15-foot tall waterfall along Paine Creek. It’s off the beaten trail and provides hikers with a scenic and peaceful respite. You can enjoy prints from my gallery on a wall in your home or workplace, with many available selections to meet your interests.

  • Water Shots

    PHOTO 01

    Nemo Rapids

    Photographed on a foggy morning in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, TN. See prints.

    PHOTO 02

    Richland Creek

    Photographed on the Cumberland Plateau along the Laurel-Snow Trail, located near Dayton, Tennessee. Prints available.

  • Rushing Water

    Richland Creek

    Photographed along the Laurel-Snow Trail in Dayton, Tennessee, this may appear to be several small rocks in a creek. However, the larger rock (at top) is approx. 6-feet wide by 8-feet tall, with a length of 12-feet….a boulder!

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  • Historic Structure

    Railroad Trestle

    This black and white photograph was taken at Richland Creek, near Dayton, Tennessee, and features the structural remnants of a railroad train trestle that was used by the Dayton Coal & Iron Company, in operation between 1882 until the 1920’s.

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  • Paine Creek Waterfall

    This video was taken on my Adventure At Paine Creek, which details an extensive hike both up & down a gorge, as well as the rewarding discovery of a waterfall. This area is located in Dayton, TN, along the Laurel-Snow Trail on the Cumberland Plateau, and Paine Creek is an obscure creek feeding into Richland Creek. Prints available.

  • Historic Train Trestle

    Dayton, Tennesse

    This black and white photograph was taken while hiking the Laurel-Snow Trail To Laurel Falls, and features an old railroad bridge over Richland Creek which was used for mining over 100 years ago.

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  • Waterfall And Boulders

    Waterfall And Boulders

    Prints available. Water from Paine Creek races down the gorge, between and over boulders, flowing beyond the Laurel-Snow Trail until finally connecting with Richland Creek. Located on the Cumberland Plateau, near Dayton, Tennessee.