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Fall Creek Falls, TN // Daily Snaps

My Spring Break was a few weeks ago and being the starving artist/college student that I am, I was forced to remain in Cookeville instead of going to the beach or another exotic location. It wasn’t too awful bad, my old room mate came up and one day he, myself and another one of our friends decided to take a small hike at Fall Creek Falls. Instead of going to the falls like we normally do, we decided to hike to the huge overlook so we could be daredevils and hang our feet over the edge. I also thought it would be a good chance to take the Leica out for a bit and see how using a rangefinder and hiking went together. Not too bad I must say. All of this was shot on Kodak Portra 160NC through a Leica M3 and 50mm Summicron and developed by my friends at . The shot below is an old shot just to show what the overlook is like. That was taken on Kodak Ektar 100. All in all, that’s what I like to call a successful Spring Break. I got to hang out with some close friends and be outside in the nice weather, which to me is more valuable than just hanging on the beach.

- Nice pictures – I work at Tennessee Tech for Alliance for the Cumberlands, and we promote the surrounding plateau region. Other region’s in the Appalachians get 50 times more searches on Google than the Cumberlands and your post helps other folks be more aware of the immense beauty in this region – We have a Web site to help people discover all the best nature sites at – Let me know what you think and if its useful in deciding your next adventure.


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