Doug Beezley Photography | Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just up the road a piece and is easily visited from our home in North Georgia. The park has a couple of unique distinctions: it is the most biologically diverse area in the world - more plant and animal species have been catalogued here than anywhere else and it is the most visited of our national parks. That is readily apparent throughout the fall foliage season where bumper to bumper traffic is common and hotel rooms are literally impossible to get without reservations having been made many months in advance.

The Smokies are a photographers paradise with spectacular sunrises and sunsets, wildflowers in the spring and autumn foliage displays to rival New England. Waterfalls and streams abound throughout the park and black bear are commonly seen. Pioneer cabins, cantilevered barns, grist mills and other structures have been restored and are of great interest.




Reflections
"On Golden Puddle"
Golden River
Little Falls
Old Growth Forest +
Mingus Mill
The Jim Bales Place
Jim Bales Place
Little River Spring
Along the Little River
Smokies Spring
Little River Spring
"Tumbling"
Little River Spring
Jeff at Work
Little River Spring
Middle Prong of Little River
Near Newfound Gap
Little River
Below Chimney Tops
In the Forest +
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