Saturday, August 20, 2011


Canon EOS REBEL XS, Tamron 28-80 lens @ 38mm, ISO 100, f/16, 1.3 sec.
  While going back through the ol' archives I was going through some of the shots I took in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. I ran across this shot of the Little River along Little River Rd. This road runs from Townsend, TN to just south of Gatlinburg, TN through the park. It is about 18 miles long and winds along with the river the entire way. There are dozens of spots to pull off and take photos and would love to spend another morning on the road shooting because I have learned so much in the time span since I took this photo.
  I did love this huge rock right in the center of the river as well as the misty fog rising off of the water. Now a days I would try my best to climb down into the river and capture it here instead of standing on the road side.


  1. Looks nice and misty. Wonderful shot.

  2. Mother Nature provides us the best subjects. What a great shot, Jerry, I love it!

  3. Nice one Jerry, love the hint of mist at the top of the frame!