Capturing the power and beauty of waterfalls and river rapids
Few landscape subjects are more dramatic than waterfalls. When rivers run fast, their power, their sound, and their beauty is awe-inspiring. All of the waterfalls featured in this post were photographed in the southeastern US (Tennessee and Georgia), not far from Nashville, where Keith lives.
Part of the pleasure of landscape photography is the experience of nature involved in hiking to the locations. Scroll all the way to bottom to watch two videos made on location as Keith visited and photographed waterfalls. Most of the images below are available as fine art prints.
Waterfall in Motion Landscape Photograph. Click to buy a fine art print of this photo.
Basin Below Foster Falls - Waterfall Landscape Photograph. Buy this photograph.
Foster Falls Waterfall Landscape Photograph. Buy a fine art print here.
Whitewater rapids on Daniel Creek, in the bottom of Cloudland Canyon, Georgia. Buy this photograph for your home or office.
One of the smaller waterfalls at Cloudland Canyon. Click to buy a fine art print of this photograph.
Rocks, Roots, and Waterfalls at Cloudland Canyon. Buy this black and white photograph.
Black and white photograph of Laurel Falls by Keith Dotson. Buy a fine art print here.
Jackson Falls on the Natchez Trace
Jackson Falls on the Natchez Trace in Tennessee
Wildcat Falls in winter, on the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee
The cave near Ozone Falls. Buy a fine art print of this photograph.
Behind Ozone Falls. Buy this photograph.
The pool below Ozone Falls. Buy a fine art print of this photograph.
Cascading Waterfall Black and White Landscape Photograph. Click to buy this photograph.
Waterfall Cascades on Natural Rock Terraces. Click to buy a fine art photograph.