Phil Perkins Photography

Tag: Wartburg

  • Morning Around the Corner

    Distant sunlight of daybreak streams through a valley along Emory River in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, in Wartburg, Tennessee. Prints available.


  • 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.

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  • Reflections of Autumn

    From the shade, reflections in a pool of still water adjacent to Emory River highlight the colorful change of season. This photograph was taken near Wartburg, Tennessee. You can find prints & more available in these galleries:

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  • Morning on Emory River

    Morning on Emory River

    This morning photograph was taken on Emory River near Nemo Rapids, at the Obed Wild And Scenic National Park, in Wartburg, Tennessee. Prints available.


  • 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…


  • More Water Scenery

    Changing colors of autumn foliage reflect across the water of Emory River, located on the Cumberland Plateau at the Obed Wild And Scenic National Park, in Wartburg, Tennessee. You can see more in my gallery.

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  • Emory River

    Located in the Obed Wild And Scenic National Park, in Wartburg, Tennessee, these morning scenes on Emory River were photographed from the same area, at different angles. If interested, you can visit my gallery to discover many fine prints to enjoy at home, or in the office. Thanks for stopping by!


  • 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…

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  • Shots From the Trail

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  • 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!


  • Nemo Bridge

    Located along Emory River in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, in Wartburg, Tennessee, Nemo Bridge is an historic railroad structure utilized for purposes of mining from the 1870’s until 1929.

    If you have an empty wall at home or work, you may enjoy an accent piece featuring one of my photographs. Several print types are available to suit your interests, so visit my gallery today to review your options.

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    Song for Today

    Canadian Railroad Trilogy – by Gordon Lightfoot ’67 / see lyrics here


  • Autumn Reflections

    Autumn brings with it great beauty in a change of colors display, as photographed in the Obed Wild And Scenic National Park along Emory River in Wartburg, Tennessee.

    Fine prints and more are available in my gallery, so that you may reflect upon autumn all year long – in a frame on a wall in your home or office.


  • Nemo Rapids

    Nemo Rapids are located along the Emory River, in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, Tennessee. Although water levels are seasonally low during autumn (see here for comparison), the landscape was nevertheless beautiful, and I did enjoy being able to walk on rocks in the river & watch sunlight slowly consume the hillside forest.

    If interested, you can find many wonderful prints available in my gallery.


  • Middle Fork Falls

    Middle Fork Falls

    Including the upper section, Middle Fork Falls stands approx. 25-feet tall and can be enjoyed along highway TN-62 between Oliver Springs and Wartburg, Tennessee. You can see more in my gallery. Thanks!


  • Middle Fork Falls

    Located along route TN-62, only a short distance from Oliver Springs, Tennessee, Middle Fork Falls is a roadside attraction with limited parking and easy access. As for the orange streaks present on the rock, this is common to many waterfalls I’ve visited – presumably, a mineral prevalent in this area. You can discover many fine prints in my gallery.

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