Tag: waterfall

  • 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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  • Piney Falls

    Using a zoom lens from quite a distance, this photograph features Piney Falls, a 95-foot tall waterfall located within the Fall Creek Falls State Park. Though obscured by a tree and in the shade, this scenic autumn landscape would look wonderful as an accent piece on a wall in your home or office. It also makes a great gift! You can visit the following galleries to see more:

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  • Flow of Water

    Flow of Water

    This close-up photograph features water rushing through moss covered rocks in Thunderhead Prong, a waterway located in the Smoky Mountains. If interested, several print options are available in my gallery. Thanks for visiting!


  • 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…

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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!


  • Lower Piney Falls

    Lower Piney Falls

    Located on the Cumberland Plateau in Grandview, Tennessee, this photograph of cascades was taken at the top of Lower Piney Falls, close to the edge of the actual 40-foot waterfall.

    © 2022 Phil Perkins


  • Lower Piney Falls

    Lower Piney Falls

    Photographed here are the cascades above Lower Piney Falls, located on the Cumberland Plateau in Grandview, Tennessee. You can enjoy this picture on a wall in your home, office, business lobby, hospital or cafeteria setting, when you visit my gallery to select a print. Several print types are available – framed, canvas, metal, art, wood, acrylic, poster, tapestry – and customization options with framed prints allow you to make it your own. Thanks for stopping by!


  • Lower Piney Falls

    Lower Piney Falls

    These are the cascades immediately preceding Lower Piney Falls, a scenic 40-foot tall waterfall located on the Cumberland Plateau at the Piney Falls State Natural Area, along Little Piney Creek, near Grandview, Tennessee. Fine prints and more are available in the following shops:

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  • Behind the Falls

    Behind the Falls

    Big Laurel Falls stands 40-feet tall. However, as with many waterfalls situated on the Cumberland Plateau, the volume of water present diminishes during generally drier, summer months.

    That said, at times such as these it’s much easier to enjoy exploring the cave behind the falls, which has dimensions of approximately 160-feet wide by 80-feet deep. Located on top of a large network of caverns, the water from this creek and falls drains back inside the cave and vanishes underground.

    To see more, you can either hike the Virgin Fall State Natural Area, or visit my galleries to discover great prints & other items available, here: Pixels, Redbubble.

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  • Big Laurel Creek

    Although the water was low during my visit to the Virgin Falls State Natural Area, home to Big Laurel Creek and several other points of interest, I did observe a few deep pools of crystal-clean, turquoise water. You can see more – prints, gifts & apparel – in these shops:


  • Meigs Falls

    Meigs Falls

    Set back from the road approx. 150-feet, Meigs Falls is often overlooked by passersby traveling along Little River Gorge Road, in the Smoky Mountains. So, if you’re in the neighborhood, make sure to take your time and enjoy the many scenic sights to see. Alternatively, you might chose to visit my gallery and purchase a print to enjoy in your own home! That would be nice, too. Thanks for stopping by!


  • Distant Waterfall

    Spruce Flats Falls can be seen upstream in the distance, standing 30-feet tall. It’s located in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. If you’re looking for an accent piece for your home or workplace, then visit my galleries at Pixels and Redbubble to discover a variety of options. I hope to see you soon!


  • Black and White Reflections

    Sunlight crests an adjacent mountain top to reveal the canopied base of Eagle Falls, located next to the Cumberland River, in Kentucky. You can discover great prints and more when you visit my galleries at Pixels and Redbubble. Hope to see you soon!


  • Meigs Falls

    This photograph features Meigs Falls, located near Townsend, Tennessee, along Little River Gorge Road in the Smoky Mountains. You can see more by visiting my gallery at Pixels. Thanks for stopping by!