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Apr 11, 2021 15:03 |  #586

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The long square stone is interesting.

It is, and I’ve looked around trying to figure how it got there for years. It obviously is a piece of the bedrock layer but the location amazes me. It’s a natural bench and is often used as such by visitors.


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Apr 11, 2021 15:20 as a reply to  @ jcothron's post |  #587

The regular shape suggests that a stonemason may have had something to do with it.
But, then where it is puts that idea up in the air.


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Apr 11, 2021 15:27 as a reply to  @ post 19180979 |  #588

With regard to the 1st image, An exquisite capture of light (and/or a great capture and very good post processing). I use this lens also, highly underrated IMHO. The image is a beauty.




  
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Apr 12, 2021 07:02 |  #589

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Apr 12, 2021 14:41 |  #590

I spent a few days in Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Southeastern US. These two photos were taken along the Deep Creek Trail in the North Carolina portion of the park. More to come. C&C are always appreciated.

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Apr 12, 2021 15:25 |  #591

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I spent a few days in Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Southeastern US. These two photos were taken along the Deep Creek Trail in the North Carolina portion of the park. More to come. C&C are always appreciated.

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Toms Branch Falls are looking good! Did you hike up to Juney Wank and Indian Creek? Beautiful area.


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Apr 12, 2021 16:09 |  #592

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Toms Branch Falls are looking good! Did you hike up to Juney Wank and Indian Creek? Beautiful area.

We sure did. Juney Wank had a lot of people taking selfies, so I didn't bother with any photos. Indian Creek looked a little flat with the long exposure--I should have used a shorter exposure. But yes that loop was incredible!




  
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Apr 12, 2021 18:12 |  #593

Blue Ridge Parkway taken in November 3, 2018
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Apr 12, 2021 18:25 |  #594

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Fantastic view, one of my favorite places in the country.


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Apr 12, 2021 18:32 |  #595

boat dock near my home..13 stops ND

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Apr 12, 2021 19:59 |  #596

Platte river valley in early spring

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Apr 12, 2021 20:05 |  #597

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Pretty cool. I traveled to Cozad a lot at one time. Big sky country.


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Apr 12, 2021 20:07 |  #598

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Pretty cool. I traveled to Cozad a lot at one time. Big sky country.

That's fairly far west of me. Yes, rather open space there.




  
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Apr 12, 2021 20:15 as a reply to  @ jcothron's post |  #599

jcothron, Thanks to your comment. I am happy to see your many great photos at POTN.




  
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Apr 13, 2021 18:12 |  #600

mage set is taken October 12, 2019
Using Canon 6D with 24-70mm F4L
I think 1st image shows Clingmans Dome - Great Smoky Mountains National Park (right top - 6643ft high - Image are taken near Soco Gap), and 2nd image shows Mt. Mitchell (left-top 6,684ft -highest in the eastern United States -eastside of Mississippi River) and Mt. Craig (6,647ft), both located in Mt. Mitchell State Park (Image was taken near Mt. Pisgah overlook.)


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