Overshadowed by its more famous partner, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the mountains of East Tennessee are also protected by the Cherokee National Forest. Comprising of over 650,000 acres, these rugged mountains are home to some of the most photogenic areas imaginable.
One small stream just outside the City of Greeneville, Dry Creek, has a series of beautiful cascades and waterfalls. Known more for its featured waterfall, Margarette Falls, there are even more unique waterfalls located upstream. While I have photographed there in all seasons, I was fortunate to visit Bailey Falls during an extended cold period that was accentuated by snow.
Bailey Falls is situated in a very narrow canyon accessible only by hiking off trail and often in the stream. Though well known by area residents, few nature photographers have discovered this gem and other similar photographic subjects of the Cherokee National Forest of Tennessee.
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