“Indian Rock House” is a natural rock shelter that was used by local Native Americans up to 15,000 years ago. It’s located in the middle of nowhere on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee, near Pickett State Park and several other natural attractions, including the Twin Arches. The area has no cell reception and there wasn’t another human being in the vicinity the entire time I lingered there.
The video was recorded on a static tripod to give a sense of the stillness of the forest there. The trees were so motionless, it almost looks like a still photo, except for the occasional insect or falling leaf passing through the frame.
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Landscape photographs of Indian Rock House
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