Smoky Mountains in the Spring Workshop Recap
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is truly a great place to visit and photograph in the springtime. The leaves are new, the rivers and streams are a little more full and the wild life is active. This year was no different.
Young bear on alert
There were 23 sightings of bear over the three day workshop. We were literally able to photograph them at every place we visited.
One of many cabins in Cades Cove
And no one can go to Great Smoky Mountains National Park without a visit to Cades Cove. There we were able to photograph old cabins, sunrise over a country road and some more bears.
Moon sets over the Smoky Mountains
The last morning of the workshop we headed up to catch the sunrise at Clingmans Dome. Luckily, we witnessed some wonderful color along with a setting moon.
For more of my images from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, including this workshop, click here. For a list of Jennifer King Photography workshops where I am instructing please click on the WORKSHOPS menu at the top of the page. If interested in other workshops by Jennifer King Photography just click here to check out all the wonderful destinations listed for 2019.
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