Laurel Falls, a 55 foot tall waterfall located in Hampton, TN, can be found off the Appalachian Trail within the Laurel Fork Gorge.
A long exposure shot of the Laurel Fork that runs through Hampton, TN along the Appalachian Trail and which feeds the 55′ Laurel Falls.
This long exposure shot captures both the third and fourth waterfalls from an overlook at the Blue Hole in Elizabethton, TN on a late March afternoon.
This long exposure photo is of the third of four cascading waterfalls at the Blue Hole in Elizabethton, TN on a late March afternoon.
Another shot of the 134-foot long Elizabethton Covered Bridge as is spans the Doe River on a March afternoon in Elizabethton, TN.
This long exposure shot is of the upper waterfall, standing between 10-15 feet and the first of several waterfalls, at The Blue Hole in Elizabethton, TN.
A mallard duck at the Covered Bridge Park in Elizabethton, Tennessee who didn’t seem to mind us humans.
A photo that I captured of an old barn sitting in a field that can be found along the highway on the way to Kingsport in Tennessee.
A shot of the 134-foot long Elizabethton Covered Bridge spanning the Doe River on a March afternoon in Elizabethton, TN.
Another capture from my November visit to the approximately 55 foot Laurel Falls, off the Appalachian Trail, in Hampton, TN via the Dennis Cove trailhead.