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Foggy Day In The Smokies
Photo By Danny Ramey

  • Title: Foggy Day In The Smokies
  • State/Province/Region: Tennessee
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: CHimneys picnic area
  • Nearest Town: Townsend
  • Brief Directions: We were exploring the wildflowers in the Smokies, and found this opportunity on the Cove Hardwood trail. It had rained earlier but was now only misting. We were enjoying photographing trillium, squirrel corn, dutchmans britches, etc when this fog came up.
  • Description: It was a misty, foggy day in the Smokies but still a lot of fun to be viewing wildflowers.
  • Gear: Canon 50D, Tamron 90mm macro lens
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Keywords:  BloomsForestsLandscapesNatureTrees
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