Yesterday’s Greenbrier in Winter photo was so pretty that I had to do some more. Both of these are along the trail to Ramsay Cascades. The one above is the footbridge at the trail head, and the one below is on up the trail a bit. A nice wet slow that really clung to the trees and branches made for a winter dreamscape.
Just a quick photo tip … cameras left on auto settings will usually produce dark snow scenes. This is simply because cameras are set to interpret a scene as average brightness, and a snow scene is much brighter. So if you can set your camera to overexpose by three clicks or so, you’ll get the snow looking more naturally bright.
The complete display of Smoky Mountain Photography is available at the William Britten Gallery in Morning Mist Village on Glades Road in Gatlinburg, TN. Please stop in and visit when you are visiting the Smoky Mountains.