Phil Perkins Photography

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  • Fog Over Cascades

    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:

    Video

    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…


    Music

    May This Be Love, by Jimi Hendrix (1967) – see lyrics here.


  • Lower Potter’s Falls

    This is Lower Potter’s Falls, located along Crooked Fork Creek in Wartburg, Tennessee, photographed this past autumn. Prints are available in my gallery.

    Thanks for stopping by!


  • Lower Potter’s Falls

    This photograph was taken in Wartburg, Tennessee, and features the scenic Lower Potter’s Falls. You can bring the beauty of nature into your home when you purchase a print from my gallery, in which there are many selections to meet your wishes. So, stop by to find the perfect accent piece or gift idea. Hope to see you soon…


  • Upper Potter’s Falls

    Upper Potter’s Falls

    Upper Potter’s Falls is located in Morgan County along Crooked Fork Creek, a tributary to Emory River, on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee. This photograph captures the change of seasons foliage, rocky gorge landscape and the scenic 18-foot waterfall.

    It would look beautiful on a wall in your home or place of employment, and so I encourage you to visit my galleries to select a great accent piece to enjoy. You can see more, here…

    Thanks for visiting!


  • More Autumn Than Agua

    This is Lower Potter’s Falls, located on the Cumberland Plateau along Crooked Fork Creek, in Wartburg, Tennessee. Despite seasonally low water levels, it’s still a wonderful area to visit, and the autumnal change of colors adds to the beauty.

    You can visit my gallery to discover many great prints and more. Thanks!


  • Crooked Fork Creek

    Located on the Cumberland Plateau near Wartburg, Tennessee, Crooked Fork Creek is a tributary to Emory River – as seen here, photographed during a period of low water. These scenic photographs with angled terrace, rocks and reflections are available on a variety of prints in my gallery at Pixels…


  • Potter’s Falls

    I shot this photograph soon after sunrise this morning at Upper Potter’s Falls. It’s located on the Cumberland Plateau along Crooked Fork Creek, a short distance from Wartburg, Tennessee. You can visit my galleries for a broad selection of great prints and more. Thanks very much!


  • 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!


  • Lower Potter’s Falls

    Lower Potter’s Falls

    Prints are available featuring this photograph. Located along Crooked Fork Creek in Wartburg, Tennessee, Lower Potter’s Falls is a scenic, two-tiered waterfall standing 12-feet tall. You can visit these galleries to see more: Pixels, ArtPal. Thanks for stopping by!


  • Lower Potter’s Falls

    Lower Potter’s Falls

    • What: Waterfall (Lower Potter’s Falls)
    • Where: Wartburg, Tennessee
    • When: Visit my galleries todayPixels, ArtPal, Redbubble

  • Potter’s Falls

    Potter’s Falls

    Normally a quiet, 18-foot tall waterfall on Crooked Fork Creek, located in Wartburg, Tennessee, this photograph features a very powerful Potter’s Falls, as seen following substantial rainfall. Many prints and more are available in the following galleries –


  • Benton Falls

    Benton Falls

    Following my stay at the scenic overlook (see previous post), I continued up the mountain to the Chilhowee Recreation Area to begin my hike to Benton Falls. The trail is 3 miles out and back, and the 65-foot tall waterfall is picturesque!

    If you have an empty wall at home, you might consider adding a fine print with my photography. There are many varieties available, and you can visit these galleries to select the perfect accent piece: Pixels, ArtPal and Redbubble.

    Thanks a bunch!


  • Black and White Waterfall

    Black and White Waterfall

    Morning fog lingers with mist from a fast-flowing Savage Falls, located in the South Cumberland State Park of Tennessee. This black and white photograph is available on a variety of fine prints in my gallery, including: framed, canvas, metal, wood, acrylic, art, poster and tapestry. It also makes a great gift-giving idea. Thanks very much!


  • Winter Waterfall

    Winter Waterfall

    Located on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee, this photograph of Upper Potter’s Falls was taken soon after sunrise, with an outdoor temperature of only 20 degrees, and mist frozen on trees. Hanging from a tree is a knotted-rope swing, pushed forward slightly by winds generated from falling water. If you’d like to see more, many prints are available in my gallery at Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by!


  • Go With the Flow

    Go With the Flow

    Water races to catch up with itself at Lower Potter’s Falls, located along Crooked Fork Creek on the Cumberland Plateau in Morgan County, near Wartburg, Tennessee. So that you may find the perfect accent piece for a wall in your home, many different prints are available in my gallery to review. Come by and have a look around!