Photography

Smoky Mountain Visitor Photo Gallery

Here are some great photos found taken by visitors to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Beside Big Creek Trail in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Yes, it really is this green in Great Smoky, as Kara Opryszko can attest after she took this photo beside Big Creek Trail.Kara Opryszko
Deer in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Andrew Kalat spotted this deer close to the road inside the park. It was kind enough to pose for him.Andrew Kalat via Flickr
Cable Mill in Cades Cove
Jody Claborn took this photo of the Cable Mill in the park. John P. Cable built the mill in 1870. It was one of the only mills in the area that featured an overshot water wheel, a gravity wheel which harnesses the force of gravity acting vertically on the water as it travels from the top to the bottom of the wheel.Jody Claborn via Flickr
Carter Shields Cabin in Cade Cove inside Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Greg Stawicki took this shot of the Carter Shields Cabin in Cade Cove inside Great Smoky. The trees are just hinting of turning colors in mid September, 2015.Greg Stawicki via Flickr
Hiking the Baxter Creek Trail near Mount Sterling in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Miguel Vieira took this photo while hiking the Baxter Creek Trail near Mount Sterling in Great Smoky.Miguel Vieira via Flickr
Fog and layers of mountains as viewed from the Clingmans Dome parking lot in Great Smoky
David Fulmer captured the fog and layers of mountains from the Clingmans Dome parking lot.David Fulmer via Flickr
Smoky Mountain Cascade
Carl Wycoff captured this cascade inside Great Smoky Mountains National ParkCarl Wycoff via Flickr
Panorama up on top of the tower on Clingmans Dome
Todd Van Hoosear took this panorama shot up top of the tower on Clingmans Dome, the highest point in Great Smoky.Todd Van Hoosear via Flickr
September Stream in Great Smoky
Phil Horton and his wife made many hikes over the course of a two week visit to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. \”This park is a landscape and wildlife photographer’s dream come true.\”Phil Horton via Flickr