This scene can be found at the bottom of the stairs beside the old tub mill across from Reagan's cabin on the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail near Gatlinburg.
Beneath the wooden mill race carrying water to the wheel at Cable Mill in Cade's Cove.
Late afternoon sun looking southeast from Clingman's Dome.
This cabin, captured in early morning light, is at the Oconaluftee Village pioneer homestead exhibit at the Cherokee, N.C. entrance to GSMNP.
Sunset from Morton's overlook about 1/4 to 1/2 mile into Tennessee from the Newfound Gap parking area on Hwy 441. Although this image has been edited somewhat, it is still quite representative of the view from this overlook.
This image was not shot during the Pop Photo seminar but at an earlier time when water levels were more favorable. The scene is about 1/4 mile before the end of the road above Tremont Institute.
This hutch is in the house at Oconaluftee. We found a very helpful ranger who let us in the building for a few minutes just as he was opening up to get a few shots inside.
Another Oconaluftee shot.
This wagon is at the Becky Cable House in Cades Cove.
This old wagon wheel is in the pioneer village at Oconaluftee park entrance.
We went to Clingman's Dome for a sunrise shoot but...alas...dense fog. There were still some nice shots of fog shrouded trees.
When the mountain range and sunset ahead of you is cloud covered then...look up...the sun coming over the clouds gave some nice character to clouds overhead.
This scene can be found on the Greenbrier Road between Hwy 321 and the trail head for Ramsey Cascade.
The most photographed walnut tree in the world. In front of the John Oliver cabin, Cades Cove, GSMNP.
This is the John Oliver cabin in Cades Cove. It is the first structure on the Cades Cove Loop Road and is about a 200 yd walk from the road.
Clingman's Dome looking west.