Phil Perkins Photography

Chimney Tops

Smoky Mountains


The Cherokee Indians called it Duniskwalguni, meaning ‘forked antlers’. I might use the same term, if I could pronounce it?! Whatever the case, it’s really a two mile hike up a mountain with a steeper than typical incline; a.k.a., a calves-burner. But, now that you’re at the top, why not enjoy the view on a print or other product available through my shops? You can see more, here:

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7 responses to “Chimney Tops”

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks ~ glad you like it 🙂

  1. Felipe Adan Lerma Avatar

    Oh goodness what a view, Phil! I can literally breathe the air! ♥️

    1. Phil Avatar

      This was definitely one of those hikes which paid off with a beautiful view! Glad you like it, Adan – thanks 👍

      1. Felipe Adan Lerma Avatar

        Beautiful part of the world I might still get to see one day; right now glad to have the greenbelt near me here in Austin, maybe still get to see Vermont again too, lol! Enjoy Phil!

  2. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

    I’m diggin the texture in those rocks, great photo, Phil!

    1. Phil Avatar

      I’m with you there, my friend & thank you. I wish I knew what type of rocks these are, but I do know that I saw old carvings of initials and dates from the 1960-70’s. Have a great weekend, Tiffany 😎

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