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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 […]

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Wild Elk in North Carolina!

A lot of people probably aren’t aware that Elk were once quite plentiful in the mountainous areas of the eastern United States. The combination of pressure being placed on thier habitat by an expanding civilization […]

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Great Smoky Mountains Waterfalls in the Autumn

For me one of the big attractions to Western North Carolina’s mountains are the waterfalls. There’s something special about the sight and sounds these natural wonders provide. Mix in some fall foliage and you have […]

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Nature Photography at Cades Cove, Tennesee: It’s a Love/Hate Thing

Mention the words “National Park” and the mind drifts to examples like Yellowstone, Yosemite and Glacier National Parks. But did you know that the Great Smoky Mountains National park hosts the greatest number of visitors […]

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