Tag Archives: Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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October’s Hunter’s Moon

    Several photography friends and I went to Great Smoky Mountains National Park back in October to photograph fall color. Although we were there over the 3rd weekend of October which is typically when […]

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In Search of Fall Color 2013

Nice fall color with vibrant oranges and reds have been hard to find in central Ohio this fall. Even in typically great places for fall color like Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the color just […]

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Noah “Bud” Ogle Cabin

  Noah “Bud” Ogle was a Smoky Mountain farmer who first settled in what is now Gatlinburg with his wife Cindy in 1879.  Their cabin, pictured above was built in the 1880’s and is a […]

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Back to the Smoky Mountains Again!

I recently made another trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park for 2 ½ days of photography.  I had an ambitious schedule planned, with the first afternoon at the Mountain Farm Museum and Mingus Mill, […]

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Clingmans Dome Sunset

  At an elevation of 6,643 feet, Clingmans Dome is the highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and the third highest mountain east of the Mississippi River.  Mt. Mitchell (6,684 feet) and Mt. […]

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Spruce Flat Falls

Spruce Flat Falls is a beautiful waterfall tucked away in the quiet Tremont area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Although it’s certainly not an unknown waterfall, Spruce Flat Falls is not one of the […]

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Middle Prong of the Little River

On the Little River Road in Great Smoky Mountains National Park going towards Cades Cove about 100 yards west of the intersection of the road from Townsend, TN., (known as the Townsend “Y”), take a […]

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Moody Mountains

  Early morning fog, mist and low clouds combine to give the Smoky Mountains a very moody and mysterious look.  This view is from Sparks Lane in Cades Cove.  Even with the clouds and fog […]

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Photo’s On Display

I’m very excited to announce that starting today, March 9, 2012  five of my print’s featuring imagery from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Hocking Hills State Park, and the Outer Banks of North Carolina […]

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Smoky Mountain Sunset

I had never visited Great Smoky Mountains National Park so I was excited about photographing there over a long weekend in late July 2011.  This trip was actually a “scouting mission” before a vacation my […]

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