Favorite photography destinations: Great Smoky Mountains National Park
As an avid hiker, I typically try to cover as much ground as possible when out on the trails. However, when I am out and about in nature with my camera, I always find myself meandering slowly and savoring all of nature's beauty.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park was one of the first parks I visited when my interest in photography was rekindled. There are many streams and waterfalls throughout the park, and recent rains provided plenty of water flow for some dynamic photographs. Sunsets atop Newfound Gap and Clingman's Dome were also spectacular to experience.
Below are a few of my memorable photographs of the park.
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