Tag: Camera in the park

  1. Camera in the Park: The End of the Season

    Camera in the Park: The End of the Season Story and images by Nye Simmons After all the colors have faded and leaves have fallen, many visitors to the Smokies, including photographers, lose interest. After all, the pretty stuff is on the ground now, isn’t it? Yet, this is the time of year when all the structure of the trees shows through. The color palette becomes muted into Read more...
  2. Camera in the Park: Leaf Season

    Camera in the Park: Leaf Season Story and images by Nye Simmons Well, folks, that time of year that photographers and non-photographers alike look forward to is nearly upon us: leaf season. The park gets busy during this time of the year, but with or without a camera and stuck in traffic or not, the classic grand landscapes are still there to enjoy: sunrise at Foothills Read more...
  3. Camera in the Park: Goldenrod Season in Cades Cove

    Camera in the Park: Goldenrod Season in Cades Cove From about mid-August to the first Smokies frost, bright yellow clusters of goldenrods add intense patches of color to a mostly green landscape.  A quick Wikipedia search turns up interesting facts about the flower, including that it is the state flower of Kentucky, Nebraska, and South Carolina—and previously Alabama before being Read more...
  4. Camera in the Park: Summer Flowers in Cades Cove

    Camera in the Park: Summer Flowers in Cades Cove By Nye Simmons Photography is quite simple, and yet at times it can seem hopelessly complex. Some people go to university to study photography and get advanced degrees, but others manage to do it without any special training at all.  Not a photographer, you say? Chances are you already have a camera app on your phone that has amazing Read more...

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