Posts Tagged ‘wildflowers’

Great Smoky Mountains Scouting Report

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  So this report is based on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the Smokies. We spent most of our time around Greenbriar, but more area will come this week. The trees overall are further behind in blooming than I have seen them in a long time. The dogwoods are blooming up to about 1800 feet […]


Smokies Hidden Gem

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White Oak Sinks About 20 years ago a friend of mine told me about White Oak Sinks in the Smoky Mountians. He even drew a map for me ( see below). It wasn’t until last year that I finally took the trip down the trail to see for myself. Now if you go look for […]


My Nature Photography Day Shoot

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To celebrate Nature Photography Day, I initially was going to Colditz Cove on the Cumberland Plateau. Then I realized that I had plenty of subjects in my own front yard in our wildflower garden. So, about 630am, I proceeded down the steps with a 200 Micro lens, Nikon D4 and my tripod. At first, I […]


Scouting Report Smokies March 28

This day was spent up in Greenbriar area. With numerous spots to pull off and shoot the Little Pigeon River or go up to the confluence of the Little Pigeon River with the Middle Prong, the shooting was great. I walked up the trail, past Porter’s Flats and up Porter Creek trail. After Porter’s Flats, […]