Tuesday, July 3, 2012


ISO 100, f/20, 1 second, 19mm
  You ever have one of those spots that you can go back to and still find a unique perspective and absolutely love what you get from there? There is a particular spot in Tremont of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that does this for me. It is just past the Tremont Institute and right where Spruce Flats Falls empties into the Middle Prong of the Little River.
  I have visited here now 4 times and have pulled at least a couple of keeper shots from there every time.  The waterfall in the image above is a neat part of this spot but not necessarily the main subject of most of the images from there.
 The mossy rocks in the foreground are very neat and connect with rocky wall that braces the river from the roadway and that the waterfall pours over. Really like the reflection that is cast on the water as well.

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