Cades Cove, Tennessee
This was a fun visit to an iconic location I had visited many times. I used to raise cattle about 45 miles away and was very familiar with the park. The difference I sought this trip was to have a prominent photographer to lead me from place to place and to be sure that I arrived on site at the correct time to make the shot. Sunrise and sunset are examples of what I mean here. This was actually the second photo tour I have taken, and while little could be better than wandering down a little country road to see what I might find, I had a time restraint to deal with because of my business. Since I own a photo lab in Atlanta the best way to be away from work was to let a well-known photographer lead the tour and be sure that all the shots were lined up time-wise and then be there to ask for tips and tricks to use in my photography. Richard Bernabe has been doing this for years and came through very well for my idea of a nice photo tour.
It was four days of daylight to dark shooting and moving to a different venue in order to see the wildlife and beautiful scenic arrays there. It was draining as well as exciting to get up before sunrise and hurry off into the mountains to do what I enjoy so much, which is photography! Here are a few images produced while in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Please enjoy!
Keywords: barns, bears, cades cove, mountains, primitive log cabins, rivers, tennessee, townsend, wildlife
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