Tag Archives: Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Print of the Month August 2012

359 Splashing Falls With the heat wave spreading across the nation it seemed appropriate to share an image that represents cool. Considering the subject of this print you can find water splashing at the base […]


Print of the Month June 2011

308- Mouse Creek Falls Smoky Mountain National Park Whether it’s the name or the way the waterfall stair-steps downstream, Mouse Creek Falls takes me back to the days of playing the board game Mouse Trap. […]


Print of the Month April 2010

Great Smoky Mountain National Park Flowing through the Great Smoky Mountain National Park the Little River meanders through some of the most beautiful scenery in the south east. A few notable areas along the river […]


Print of the Month February 2008

  The Great Smoky Mountains A few months ago I wrote about one of my favorite rivers to photograph, The Little River in the Smoky Mountains. Actually, The Little River isn’t anything the name implies. […]


Print of the Month November 2007

Little River # 3 The Smoky Mountains offer many photographic opportunities. They include florals, abstracts, waterfalls, beautiful dogwood trees, historic architecture and , many miles of rivers. Making photographs of moving water can be a […]


Print of the Month September 2007

  Dogwood and Wooden Fence During our Smoky Mountain Photography workshop last year Tom Franks and I took our group into Cades Cove. This is a beautiful area with many, many wonderful photographic opportunities. Cades […]


Print of the Month October 2006

Stacked Timbers The Cherokee people called it “Place of Blue Smoke”. From the Roaring Fork trail, to Clingman’s Dome (6643 ft), the photographic opportunities in The Great Smoky Mountains are plentiful. In the spring the […]