My New Outside Blog: Scenic Photos of Smoky Mountains National Park -- August 2011

Scenic Photos of Smoky Mountains National Park -- August 2011

 Fond Memories of Smoky Mountains National Park -- August 2011

 smoky mountains national park

What breath taking views!  I must commend the park on having lots of great turn outs for picture taking.


This quilt was hanging up at a Smoky Mountain National Park visitors center over the fireplace. 

visitor center

Here is another visitors center on Cades Cove Loop.  Make sure to take the time to do this driving loop, the rustic buildings are well worth the time.


I loved the tunnels, being from Houston, we don't have mountains, so tunnels are a treat.


This unusual yellow flower had little cups for each flower.  It reminded me of a hummingbird flower.

obed wild and scenic river

When I go to National Parks I get my National Parks Passport Book stamped with the date and place.   I got my passport book stamped at this wild and scenic river visitors center as well as the visitors centers at Smoky Mountain National Park.

obed river

Here is the wild and scenic river.  It looks a little low, like the rest of the country that I saw on my way to and from Houston.

smokey mountains national park

What a lovely view this would be from your front porch.

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Comment balloon 3 commentsLiz Flint • September 15 2011 07:22PM


Those are great pictures.  That is a part of the country my wife and I haven't visited.  I bet the scenery in the fall is awesome.  Not much to see this year here in North Texas.

Posted by Gary Williams, Frisco Texas Homes For Sale (Keller Williams Realty Central) over 8 years ago


The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is like a second home to me. I go there several times a year to take photos and enjoy all that the park has to offer.

Posted by Richard Weisser, Richard Weisser Retired Real Estate Professional (Richard Weisser Realty) over 8 years ago

Breathtaking pictures! I need to hang with you so that I can go to some of these places!

Posted by Sussie Sutton, David Tracy Real Estate for Buyers & Sellers (David Tracy Real Estate) over 8 years ago