Book Review: “The Great Smoky Mountains, Behind the Lens”

I just completed reading Richard Bernabe’s ebook, “The Great Smoky Mountains, Behind the Lens.” Richard is a South Carolina based photographer and a fellow member of the Carolinas Nature Photographers Association. His book presents twenty of his favorite photos from the Great Smoky Mountains and builds a chapter around each telling of his challenges, thought processes and memories involoved in the making of each. The book is well written and enjoyable, the photos lovely with the stories ranging from amusing to inspiring. If you’re a nature & wildlife photographer you’re bound to be able to relate to the wonderful stories told in the book. On the other hand if you’re someone that enjoys viewing nature photos but isn’t a photographer you may be fascinated to learn of some of efforts and hardships involved in making these kinds of images. To check it out visit Richard’s website:

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