Fine art photographer Keith Dotson introduces us to the The Lady of the Falls, who once stood at the Tennessee State Capitol and now overlooks a beautiful waterfall.
Photograph of a big, orange moth called the Royal Walnut Moth.
Fine art photographer and history buff Keith Dotson brings us to visit some very old and exquisitely carved tombstones at a family cemetery in Middle Tennessee.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography podcast, another field recording. This time, experience with me the joyous sounds of an isolated forest in springtime.
In this episode of the Fine Art Photography Podcast, we hear field recordings of nature sounds captured during a photography trip to Moccasin Bend, a site that's been occupied by humans for 12,000 years.
In this video we enjoy the beautiful sounds of nature in an ancient wetland that has experienced occupation for nearly 12,000 years.
In this video, fine art photographer Keith Dotson takes us along on a second visit to a mysterious old car that was crashed into a tree on a hillside in the forest decades ago.
Hike with fine art photographer Keith Dotson to visit a beautiful cave nestled deep in the forest
Fine art photographer Keith Dotson offers a landscape photography video chock full of wonders, including spectacular waterfalls, centipedes and millipedes walking around, hiking deep into the woods to visit a moonshine still site and a very old cemetery, an abandoned 1892 cotton mill, and watching swallowtail butterflies.