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Tallulah River Tapestry featuring the photograph Tallulah River Georgia 2 by Richard Krebs

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Tallulah River Georgia 2 Tapestry

Richard Krebs

by Richard Krebs

$58.00

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Product Details

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.

Design Details

The Tallulah River is a 48 mile long river beginning in Clay County, N.C. and running through the north Georgia Counties of Towns, Rabun and... more

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Tallulah River Georgia 2 Photograph by Richard Krebs

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Tapestry Tags

tapestries tallulah river georgia rugged boulders scenic river nature forest trees mountainous lake burton lake rabun recreation water source tallulah gorge

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photographs tallulah river georgia rugged boulders scenic river nature forest trees mountainous lake burton lake rabun recreation water source tallulah gorge

Comments (8)

Maria Keady

Maria Keady

Wonderful capture!!

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Maria.

Brigitta Diaz

Brigitta Diaz

Great capture of the water flowing!

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Brigitta.

Richard Krebs

Richard Krebs

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

Dawn Currie

Dawn Currie

Congratulations on your feature in our group, Pure Nature Photography - celebrating the best of our natural world! You are invited to archive it in the 2020 Pure Nature Photography Thanks and Features Archive discussion thread for longer lasting visibility.

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Dawn, for featuring this image in Pure Nature Photography on FAA.

Richard Krebs

Richard Krebs

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

Kathi Isserman

Kathi Isserman

CONGRATULATIONS your STUNNING image has been FEATURED on the HOME PAGE of SHOWCASING THE SOUTH GROUP! Thank you for participating in the group. Please add this to the discussion 2020 “FEATURED IMAGE ARCHIVE THREAD.” L

Richard Krebs replied:

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

Jirka Svetlik

Jirka Svetlik

Beautiful! l/f

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Jirka.

Maili Page

Maili Page

Stunningly refreshing! Wonderful capture of this beautiful river corridor!

Richard Krebs replied:

Thank you, Maili.

Artist's Description

The Tallulah River is a 48 mile long river beginning in Clay County, N.C. and running through the north Georgia Counties of Towns, Rabun and Habersham. From its headwaters at an elevation of 5499 feet to its confluence with the Tugaloo River it travels through mountainous northeastern Georgia and is the water source for several man-made lakes. Constructed by the Georgia Power Company Lake Burton, Lake Seed, Lake Rabun and Lake Tallulah Falls provide hydroelectric power to portions of Georgia. The northern portion of the Tallulah River is a scenic and rugged waterway with hundreds of large boulders and rapids in its path within the riverbed. This makes for marvelous scenery as the river travels south toward its first lake, Lake Burton. The four man-made lakes at the lower end of the river are close to each other and, in addition to providing power, are wonderful and well-used recreational lakes. After the river reaches the Tallulah Falls Lake it flows through the Tallulah Gorge an...

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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