Black and white photographs of a waterfall and the detritus around its base
In a continuation of my summertime theme, I photographed another local waterfall. In this case, it’s the tallest free-falling waterfall in the eastern US at Fall Creek Falls, Tennessee. The water here plunges 256-feet into a rocky basin, around which can be seen massive boulders and large fallen trees.
Join me behind-the-scenes on location and see what compositions I find at Fall Creek Falls.
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