View From Clingman’s Dome

Located along the state line between Tennessee and North Carolina, Clingman’s Dome is the highest point in Tennessee at 6,643 feet, as well as the highest point in the Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Clingman’s Dome

Scenic Vistas

Standing 6643-feet tall, Clingman’s Dome is the highest point in the Smoky Mountains National Park, located on the border of North Carolina & Tennessee. It’s a popular tourist destination, with a 1/2 mile paved path leading up a steep grade to an observation tower offering 360-degree views.

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Black Mountain

Looking east from a cap rock at Black Mountain, under blue skies with white clouds, across green trees and fields, the Smoky Mountains remain visible through a slight haze on the horizon. Prints available.

Andrews Bald

Located in North Carolina near Clingman’s Dome and the Tennessee border, Andrews Bald is the highest elevation grassy meadow in the Smoky Mountains and is accessible by hiking the Forney Ridge Trail. Prints available.

Chimney Tops

Located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, not far from Gatlinburg and/or the Sugarlands Visitor Center, hikers to Chimney Tops are rewarded with magnificent views such as this. If you’d be interested, prints are available in my shop – select from framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, wood, acrylic and tapestry. Thanks!

Black Mountain

Looking East


This photograph was taken atop Black Mountain, located along the Cumberland Trail in Crab Orchard, Tennessee. Beyond a low bank of distant clouds to the east are the Smoky Mountains.

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Chimney Tops

Most commonly known as Chimney Tops, the Cherokee Indians called it Duniskwalguni, meaning ‘forked antlers’. I call it a steep 2-mile hike in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee – with a great view! Located not far from Gatlinburg, it’s a popular trail with limited parking. However, you can enjoy a view from home when you purchase a print from my gallery. Many options are available to select. Thanks!

Forest Trail

Hiking Charlies Bunion

I shot this rose-colored black and white photograph along the trail while hiking to Charlies Bunion. Yes, an odd name – in 1929, two mountain guides from Oconaluftee, North Carolina climbed the area to inspect damage after a recent fire. With a sore foot from hiking, Charlie removed his shoe…the rest is history. The lesson: never underestimate the value of quality footwear! Putting aside the imagery that that description may elicit, you may enjoy a print of this rocky trail in your home of office. You can visit my gallery to select from a variety of museum quality prints.

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View At The Jump Off

Smoky Mountains


After hiking along the Appalachian Trail to Charlies Bunion from the Newfound Gap area, located in the Smoky Mountains near Gatlinburg, Tennessee, I took another trail to enjoy the view from The Jump Off. Visit my gallery to select a print for yourself and enjoy this landscape view at home, or at the office.

Black Mountain

Crab Orchard, Tennessee


Following rainfall, a few large puddles remain atop Black Mountain, located along the Cumberland Trail in Crab Orchard, Tennessee. Beyond a low bank of distant clouds to the east are the Smoky Mountains. If you’d be interested in a print of any kind, please visit my shop. Thanks for stopping by!

Top of The Mountain

Located near Crab Orchard, Tennessee, Black Mountain connects with the Cumberland Trail and provides hikers with both scenic overlooks, as well as a geologic wonderland of massive boulders and cliffs. This shot was taken facing east, with the Smoky Mountains visible in the distance, as well as the nuclear power plant in Oak Ridge (shown on right). Prints available. Thanks for stopping by!