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Cloudland Canyon Tapestry featuring the photograph Cloudland Canyon, Ga. by Richard Krebs

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Cloudland Canyon, Ga. Tapestry

Richard Krebs

by Richard Krebs

$58.00

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Our lightweight, microfiber tapestries are available in three different sizes and feature incredible artwork to complement any wall space. Each tapestry has hemmed edges for secure hanging with nails and/or thumbtacks.

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Cloudland Canyon State Park is a 3,485 acres (14.10 km2) Georgia state park located near Trenton and Cooper Heights on the western edge of Lookout... more

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Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Comments (7)

Lynn Marie Sharp

Lynn Marie Sharp

Beautiful capture! L/F

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Lynn.

Richard Krebs

Richard Krebs

Thank you, Frozen in Time, for featuring this image in Your Very Best Photography on FAA.

Jenny Revitz Soper

Jenny Revitz Soper

CONGRATULATIONS! It is my great pleasure to FEATURE your artwork on the homepage of the group No Place Like Home, 4/25/2021. You are invited to post it in the Group's Features Discussion thread for posterity or any other thread that fits! l/f

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Jenny, for featuring this image in No Place Like Home on FAA.

Richard Krebs

Richard Krebs

Thank you, Judy, for featuring this image in USA Photographers ONLY on FAA.

Lynn Marie Sharp

Lynn Marie Sharp

Beautiful and a favorite!

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Lynn.

Kathi Isserman

Kathi Isserman

It is my pleasure to inform you that your AWESOME photo is FEATURED on the HOMEPAGE OF "SHOWCASING THE SOUTH GROUP"! L Please add the photo to the 2021 “FEATURED IMAGE ARCHIVE THREAD.” Thank you for participating in the group.

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Kathi, for featuring this image in Showcasing the South on FAA.

Artist's Description

Cloudland Canyon State Park is a 3,485 acres (14.10 km2) Georgia state park located near Trenton and Cooper Heights on the western edge of Lookout Mountain. One of the largest and most scenic parks in Georgia, it contains rugged geology, and offers visitors a range of vistas across the deep gorge cut through the mountain by Sitton Gulch Creek, where the elevation varies from 800 to over 1,800 feet.[1] Views of the canyon can be seen from the picnic area parking lot, in addition to additional views located along the rim trail. At the bottom of the gorge, two waterfalls cascade across layers of sandstone and shale, ending in small pools below. The park, previously known as Sitton Gulch (or Gulf) or Trenton Gulf, was purchased in stages by the state of Georgia beginning in 1938. Under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a project of Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression built the first facilities and signs in the park, which opened the following year. Today the park feature...

About Richard Krebs

Richard Krebs

Photography is one of my main passions in life. I love photographing anything I see that is beautiful, unusual or special. I enjoy shooting nature, landscape, landmarks, animals and anything else I see that strikes me as worthy of a camera shot. I especially enjoy travel photography and have been fortunate to have seen many wonderful places in this incredible world of ours. Any comments are always appreciated. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Copyright 2014 by Richard Krebs ...

 

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