Phil Perkins Photography

Autumn in the Smokies

Here’s a video from yesterday which I shot in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains. In the forest along an old gravel road, this rickety wooden bridge crosses Middle Prong Little River, offering a peaceful setting to enjoy the seasonal change of colors.

Tomorrow, I’ll be posting my photography of this scene, making it available on prints for your home. It’s a beautiful picture, a worthy accent to consider for the holidays – and, enjoy all year!

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15 responses to “Autumn in the Smokies”

  1. Deborah Agustin Avatar
    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Deborah ~ I think so, too. 💞

  2. Holly Hunter Avatar

    Gorgeous, love the old bridge. This reminds me of my childhood summers at a river called Griffin’s Ferry. The bridge was falling apart. Wonderful video! Thank you Phil 🤗🍁

    1. Phil Avatar

      Very cool, dear Holly ~ you’re most welcome! 📹✨💞 I love old bridges, too, and I’m glad the video evoked fond memories. 🤗🍁

  3. Helen Flanagan-Sullivan Avatar
    1. Phil Avatar

      It really is a wonderful setting ~ thank you, Helen 🙂

  4. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

    I love this and the idea of sharing your art in prints captured from your video tomorrow. 💖👏👏👏

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, dear Cindy ~ have a lovely day! 🤗🌸

      1. Cindy Georgakas Avatar

        You’re so welcome!💕

  5. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

    Wow, that is incredibly beautiful!!!!

    1. Phil Avatar

      So glad you like it, my friend, and I agree with you ~ it was a very peaceful and picturesque setting. TY Tiffany. 🙏🏼😊

  6. maryoconnor12 Avatar

    Between the visual of the old bridge set off by the fall foliage and the audio of the river tumbling along, this post is a delight!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Cool breeze, Mary ~ so glad you like it 🙂

  7. Robin King Avatar

    Thank you sooooo much for this! I could listen to that sound forever. Streams, waterfalls, lakes, and oceans – music in water – ♥️

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