Today’s Photo: Laurel Falls
This is probably one of the last photos taken of Laurel Falls inside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park prior to the government “shutdown”. Fortunately, I made it through some of the park the weekend before and this was one of the stops. I was pleasantly surprised when I got to the end of the mile plus trail. This has to be one of the easiest trails I have walked. The entire thing was paved and the trail actually intersects the waterfall at about it’s mid point. Of course, I could not be satisfied with the normal shot from where the trail made it to the waterfall, so I climbed to the bottom so I could see all of it.
Just wanted to say that I’m still enjoying your great photos, as the daily email subscription keeps me up-to-date. The waterfall series makes we want to leave town and head for the hills. One day maybe…
Thanks Tim. I too have been keeping up with your work. I love the wealth of night shots you are getting to take. That happens to be one of my favorite genres. I have a little jaunt planned for as soon as the weather works out. We’ll see how that goes.