Dogwood Lullaby

Dogwood Lullaby © William Britten - use with permission only

Dogwood Lullaby is one of the most comfortable and lyrical of my featured Smoky Mountains photos. You can almost hear the dogwood blossoms singing a soft melody on an easy-going Spring morning. Hard times of Winter are over, replaced by the lighthearted and feathery, warm and hopeful days of Spring. Well, I’m probably laying it on too thick, but Dogwood Lullaby is a picture that will pull you in to a friendly embrace.

Like so many of my photos, it was taken on a day with a light drizzle, during a dazzling display of dogwood blooms in the Greenbrier Section of the Smoky Mountains. I wandered for hours among the dogwoods, along the creeks. A macro lens was used, which gives the nicely blurred background and the focus on a few blooms.

Dogwood Lullaby is offered in all sizes up to 16×24. Details of sizes and pricing can be found on at the How to Buy page.

Please stop in and visit me to see the complete display of Smoky Mountains Photos at the William Britten Gallery in Gatlinburg, TN. You’ll find me in the historic Arts and Crafts Community along Glades Rd. in Gatlinburg, TN.

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  1. Jane Morris

    Love it Bill. Dogwoods are my favorite and I think they do sing!

  2. Bill

    Thanks Jane!

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