Foto at the Falls: Ruby Falls to Hold Special Photo Tour

February 19, 2015 / Tennessee, United States, North America
Ruby Falls, the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public.

Ruby Falls, the tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public. Photo via Ruby Falls

It’s time once again for Tennessee’s Ruby Falls bi-annual cave photography event.

Scheduled for Saturday March 14th at 7:00am, the special photographer friendly tour, dubbed Foto at the Falls, allows photography enthusiasts the extra time to take unique pictures of the cavern and waterfall.

Guided by one of the caves top tour guides, the event is limited to only 20 photographers who are encouraged to bring tripods, extra lenses, and whatever other gear they may need to get that special shot.

Unlike some other cave photography events, photographers are welcome to use their pictures from the tour in any way they choose.

Tickets are $25.95 per person and reservations are required.

A followup tour has also been scheduled at 7:30am on August Saturday, August 15th. If you are unable to make the March date and August is to far away, fear not. Ruby Falls is open to photography clubs and organizations throughout the year on a reservation basis. All you need to reserve your own private photography tour is at least 8 people and two weeks’ notice.

For more information or to register for this special tour, visit the Foto at the Falls registration page or the Ruby Falls website.

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