Natural Bridge: Sipsey Wilderness, Alabama
Featured in the group, “Volcanoes: Earth’s Geology and Atmosphere”: January, 2014
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Wonderful capture,well done!!!Kind Regards, Erik Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Thank you very much!
There is a lot of caves and natural things like this in TN and NC wilderness…nice
Thank you again! I agree, there are numerous caves in Tennessee but no natural bridges. This is one in Alabama is the longest east of the American Southwest. Another one in Virginia is also very impressive and much taller.
Lovely! Great capture! :)
Thank you Karen!
17-Sept-20138th place out of 46 entriesUnusual Rock Formations in the Wilderness Challenge
Thank you very much! I am honored to be considered among such great talent.
Nature’s Art and your composition are beautiful, James!!
Very kind words! Thank you very much.
James, this is so beautiful and truly magical. A huge fave!
Thank you Tibby. It’s my favorite place in Alabama and part of a well kept secret called the Sipsy Wilderness. I hope to get down there this spring and shoot the dozens of waterfalls in this remote region.
Thanks Carla, I credit to a higher being for his magnificent sculpture.
2-Apr-20145th place out of 20 entriesNatural Arches in the Wilderness Challenge
Thank you Jane
Congratulations James on your top ten placing
Thank you very much and to all who voted
What an amazing sight and great perspective!
Thank you very much. Ironic that I never traveled to the Sipsey wilderness when I actually grew up in Alabama. I only recently visited after reading a few articles online. Since I still have family that I visit regularly, I hope to get back there again.
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