Chimney Tops

Visitors of the Smoky Mountains can reach Chimney Tops – a mountain that the Cherokee Indians called Duniskwalguni, meaning ‘forked antlers’ – after a two mile hike along a steep trail. It’s a beautiful view, and one that you can enjoy everyday on prints available in my gallery at Fine Art America. I hope you’ll visit and find something you like, either for yourself or to give as a gift. Thanks!

13 responses to “Chimney Tops”

  1. Truly breathtaking, Phil! What a beautiful planet we live on – and you show it to us in such beautiful ways. I ❤️ the textures in those rocks, esp. WONDERFUL! 👏👏👏👏👏

    • I appreciate your kind words, dear Robin ~ thank you! It is a nice area to hike and, having emerged from the forest, the views are wonderful! I’m not sure which type of rock is present, but one can observe several sets of peoples initials carved during the 1960-70’s, still visible.

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