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Located near Wartburg, Tennessee, at the Frozen Head State Park, the picturesque Debord Falls stands 12-feet tall and is accessible along a 1.5 mile... more
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Located near Wartburg, Tennessee, at the Frozen Head State Park, the picturesque Debord Falls stands 12-feet tall and is accessible along a 1.5 mile out and back trail.
Forest trails leading to beautiful, oftentimes remote waterfalls. Mountain peaks with expansive sunrise views. Enjoy your connection with the great outdoors and come along to discover some wonderful museum quality prints to adorn your living spaces - at home, work, in a business lobby, hospital or cafeteria. You'll also encounter other abstract artworks along the trail, so take your time and enjoy the creative world of Phil Perkins. Note: Fine Art America watermark will not appear on purchased artwork. You can visit his web site to learn more - http://philperkins.photography Phil is also a published poet. Thanks for stopping by! All Images Copyright © 2023 Phil Perkins. All Rights Reserved.
Very impressive waterfall image! L/F
Phil Perkins replied:
Thanks Linda Lees
Phil, this is strikingly similar to an image I have of Pearsony Falls here in southern Oregon! Obviously, we have good taste in waterfalls!! :) Nicely done! f/v
Phil Perkins replied:
Thanks Mick Anderson - yes, I'm also a big fan of photographing waterfalls!