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Crested Dwarf Iris Bed & Creek
Photo By Betty Shelton

  • Title: Crested Dwarf Iris Bed & Creek
  • State/Province/Region: Tennessee
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Hwy 321
  • Nearest Town: Gatlinburg
  • Brief Directions: Going on Hwy 321 toward Gatlinburg, about 4 miles outside of Gatlinburg, there is a sign Greenbriar. Follow this road along the creekside.
  • Notes: Greenbriar is one of my favorite places in the spring and fall. The creek runs parallel to the road and wildflowers cover the banks.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: I used a 20mm lens to bring the bed of iris up close while still getting the stream in focus. I wanted to show the connection.
  • Gear: NikonD90
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Keywords:  BloomsGreenForestsNatureSeasonsTreesWater
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