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Great Smoky Mountains Photography :: Great Smoky Mountains Photos :: Great Smoky Mountains Photographs :: Great Smoky Mountains Pictures
Great Smoky Mountains National Park straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee. Considering it is America's most visited national park you would think that very little opportunity exists to escape the crowds and find nature. While some areas of the park are indeed very crowded, several areas are much less visited. With over 800 miles of maintained trails the backcountry is easily accessible and waiting to be discovered. Great Smoky Mountains National Park has the most biological diversity of any area in the world's temperate zones and is home to everything from big mammals (bear, elk, deer) down to microscopic organisms. If you have never visited the park I would highly recommend it and encourage everyone to get off the beaten path and explore the backcountry, if possible. For it is in the backcountry where you really get an appreciation for the park and discover the array of plant and animal life that is protected for future generations to enjoy.

 

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"Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like falling leaves."
John Muir

I am committed to preserving places such as The Great Smoky Mountains. I feel an obligation to help promote historical and environmental causes whenever possible. I do offer discounts for non profit and educational organizations. If your marketing campaign requires unique images please feel free to contact me. I do accept special assignments at a reduced fee, if my schedule permits.

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Photography
Clingmans Dome Photos :: Cataloochee Valley Photos :: Mingus Mill Photos

Photo TN_4255 View from Clingmans Dome highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6643 Feet

 

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
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Photo TN_4267 View from Clingmans Dome highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6643 Feet

 

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo TN_4267

Photo TN_4251 View from Clingmans Dome highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6643 Feet. Photo taken after an October Rime Ice Storm while fall foliage was still near peak in the valley below.

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo TN_4251

Photo TN_4288 View from Clingmans Dome highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6643 Feet. Sunset atop Clingmans Dome after recent October Rime Ice Storm.

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo TN_4288

Photo TN_4298 View from Clingmans Dome highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6643 Feet. Sunset atop Clingmans Dome after recent October Rime Ice Storm.

 

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo TN_4298

Photo TN_4314 View from Clingmans Dome highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6643 Feet. Sunset from atop Clingmans Dome.

 

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo TN_4314

Photo TN_4318 View from Clingmans Dome highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6643 Feet. Photo is of the setting moon shortly after sunset.

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo TN_4318

Photo TN_4318 View from Clingmans Dome highest point in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at 6643 Feet. Photo is of the setting moon shortly after sunset.

Clingmans Dome
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo TN_4323

Photo NC_4112 Fall Foliage in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

 

Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4112

Photo NC_4120 Fall Foliage in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

 

Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4120

Photo NC_4160 Fall Foliage in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4160

Photo NC_4167 Fall Foliage in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4167

Photo NC_4148 Fall Foliage in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

 

Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4148

Photo NC_4125 The Caldwell House along Rough Fork in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

 

Caldwell House / Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4125

Photo NC_4135 View along Rough Fork in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Rough Fork / Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4135

Photo NC_4145 Fall Foliage along Palmer Creek in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Palmer Creek / Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4145

Photo NC_4159 Fall Foliage framing Palmer Chapel in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

 

Palmer Chapel / Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4159

Photo NC_4152 Elk in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cataloochee Valley is one of the least visited sections of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

 

Cataloochee Valley
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4152

Photo NC_4192 Fall Foliage near Mount Sterling Gap along the Cataloochee Big Creek Road. Mount Sterling is located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Mount Sterling Gap
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4192

Photo NC_4196 Unknown Cascade near Mount Sterling Gap along the Cataloochee Big Creek Road. Mount Sterling is located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Unknown Cascade
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_4196

Photo NC_3686 Mingus Mill. Mingus Mill is located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Cherokee NC.

 

Mingus Mill
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_3686

Photo NC_3694 Mingus Creek just upstream from Mingus Mill. Mingus Mill is located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Cherokee NC.

 

Mingus Creek
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Photo NC_3694

 

 

 

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