Autumn Scenes

Prints available in my gallery. These autumn photographs were taken in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains.

Photo One. Shot before sunrise, burgeoning sunlight reflects off the bottom of clouds, briefly casting an orange glow along Middle Prong Little River.

Photo Two. Located one valley to the west, this is Thunderhead Prong. As a photographer interested in long exposure water shots, this is a good secondary spot to visit, as the sun remains shielded later into the morning.

Photo Three. This change of seasons scenery includes a footbridge at the trailhead of Middle Prong Trail, marking the point at which the waterway changes names, from Lynn Camp Prong to Middle Prong Little River.

Comments

14 responses to “Autumn Scenes”

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks Vijay 👍

  1. Indira Avatar

    Very pleasing and soothing sceneries, Phil!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, dear Indira 🤗🌹

  2. Kymber Hawke Avatar

    Beautiful! I wish I was there. 🙂

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, dear Kymber 🤗🌹

  3. Inge David Avatar

    Beautiful work! Happy weekend dear Phil!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Many thanks dear Inge ~ you too 😙🌹

  4. Kym Gordon Moore Avatar

    WOW Phil. These are some incredible, powerful, yet tranquil shots. Way to go my Poetic Master Photographer!!! 🌲📷🌳

    1. Phil Avatar

      Many thanks, dear Kym 🍯 and I wish you a wonderful weekend! 🤗🌹

  5. Athira Avatar
    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks very much, dear Athira. Indeed, it’s a nice time of year to be outdoors. Wishing you a wonderful weekend! 🤗🌹

  6. travelling_han Avatar

    Love these autumn shots

    1. Phil Avatar

      TY dear Hannah 🤗🍂🍁

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