After enjoying the arches, caves and vistas from atop natural land bridges at Twin Arches, located in Big South Fork National Park, near Oneida, Tennessee, I continued hiking and photographed this large, overhanging cliff. If interested, you can find prints available in my gallery. Thanks for stopping by!
Cliffs at Twin Arches
Tracks Through Time
Sound from a distant whistle pierces the silence of night, as a growing thunder of steel travels on tracks through time, slowing near town. People are asleep in bed, dreaming while the train rolls on rails, carrying the faint rhythm of a harmonica flowing free from an open boxcar. The song remains the same, as all sound slips slowly back into darkness, down the line.
© 2023 Phil Perkins
Who doesn’t like trains? You can find great prints available in my gallery. Thanks!
Folsom Prison Blues, by Johnny Cash (1955) – see lyrics here.
These wildflower photographs were taken along the trail to Clingman’s Dome, located in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. A great accent piece for an empty wall in your home or at the office, print types include: framed, art, canvas, metal, poster, wood, acrylic and tapestry. And, framed prints may be customized.
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Wild Mountain Honey, by Steve Miller Band (1976) – see lyrics here.
Enjoy this digital oceanfront vacation villa which offers seasonal comfort for land-based travelers, including a mysterious glowing golden sphere. A variety of prints, gifts and apparel items are available in the following shops:
So, stop by and check it out…no reservations necessary!
Thanks again to my brother, Mike Perkins, for allowing me to post another photograph which he shot from a sandy beach on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Like the first picture, this place really looks like paradise!
Located in North Carolina, Andrews Bald is the highest elevation grassy meadow in the Smoky Mountains. Seen here, a trail leads through the bush, with mountains layered in the distance. You can find prints and more in my galleries at Pixels and ArtPal.
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This 15-foot tall waterfall known as The Sinks is located along Little River Gorge Road, in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. With a small parking area and no signs, its often overlooked by drivers, despite having a scenic overlook viewing area. You can find fine prints for your home or work, in these galleries:
Slice of Paradise
I’d like to thank my brother, Mike Perkins, for allowing me to post this photograph, which he took on a recent visit to the island of Oahu, Hawaii. It’s a great shot and looks like a beautiful beach on which to enjoy the Pacific Ocean!
Cave Behind Waterfall
This photograph was taken from inside a massive cave underneath the 40-foot tall Big Laurel Falls, located in the Virgin Falls State Park. Although the water level along Big Laurel Creek was low during my visit, its interesting that the entire area sits on top of a broad network of subterranean caverns. As such, this waterfall (and others) disappear underground, oftentimes to reemerge some great distance away.
You can find a variety of fine prints featuring my photography in the following galleries, including such options as framed, canvas, art, metal, wood, poster, acrylic and tapestry. Other products are also available…
Thanks for visiting & enjoy the great outdoors!
Path to a View
Follow this path through the forest to an expansive view from the top of Black Mountain, located in Crab Orchard, Tennessee. Sitting on the caprock, you’ll have an eastern exposure of the Smoky Mountains in the distance.
You can also visit my gallery to find a variety of prints featuring my photography, including: framed, art, canvas, metal, wood, acrylic, poster and tapestry.
Cummins Falls. Cookeville, Tennessee. Prints available in my gallery. Thank you!
Visiting Look Rock
After hiking, I drove north on US-321 and turned east onto the Foothills Parkway. It’s an 11-mile drive up and along the ridge line to Look Rock, an elevated platform from which to observe the Smoky Mountains. This was my second visit at this location, and, despite being mostly overcast, it’s always nice to have a look from above the clouds. You can visit my gallery to see more…
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.
Maze of Mountains
Enjoy navigating a meandering waterway through a series of stepped mountain-islands in this fantasy landscape scene. And, discover great gifts & apparel items available when you visit these galleries…