My family and I recently returned from a 3 day camping trip to Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. What an absolutely beautiful place! Beautiful scenery and tons of wildlife. We did lot’s of hiking (the kids even did a 5 mile hike!) and lot’s of scenic cruising.
Just like I did last year after visiting the park, I’ll break the posts up into 2 parts: Landscapes and Wildlife.
Don’t forget, all my prints are discounted for the entire month of June (even these shots of Cades Cove!) Head on over to my storefront to browse and order your print!
Thanks for looking!
I wanted to thank everyone for their continued support! Malcolm MacGregor Photography and an awesome month of May! To celebrate, I’ve discounted my entire line of prints that are available for sale! They include Landscapes, Sunsets/Sunrises, Wildlife, Radnor Lake, Cades Cove, East Tennesse, Nashville Skyline, and so much more!
Stop on by the online storefront and browse the galleries. The sale lasts the entire month of June! So check back often as I’ll be adding new photos as I get them prepared!
Last Saturday I met up with a few local photographers and headed down to Sewanee, Tennessee and the University of the South.
We were in search of fall color but came across All Saints’ Chapel. It was an amazing building with beautiful stained glass windows and awesome architecture. The photos don’t even begin to represent just how incredible it was.
(Click HERE for a complete tutorial for this image!)
Cades Cove Round One was for landscapes, Cades Cove Round Two is for wildlife! I was absolutely amazed at the amount of wildlife we saw in just the few short hours we were there.
I had the pleasure of visiting Cades Cove, part of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in East Tennessee, on Monday June 28.
I came back with over 300 photos! Tons of landscapes and so much wildlife. It was my first time visiting so I got all the “touristy” shots out of the way! It really was a beautiful place, I can’t wait to go again.
I have to give a big shout out to my flickr contact Anthony for the inspiration to visit this amazing place. His shots from Cades Cove and all around East Tennessee are so amazing.
Stay tuned for Round Two – The Wildlife!