The October Marathon

The October Marathon
Fall leaves in the Smoky Mountains
Fall leaves in the Smoky Mountains © William Britten use with permission only

I’ve been neglecting the blog lately. It’s the busiest time of year … something like a marathon run for Sarah and me. This is the month that draws by far the most visitors to the Smokies. For us it means our Gallery is open seven days a week, while we also have a booth seven days a week at the Craftsmens Fair in the Gatlinburg Convention Center. Many visitors will stop in at both locations to see my Smoky Mountains photos. I sure appreciate that!

The fall leaves are nearing their peak display at the higher elevations and will soon offer glorious autumn landscapes  all over the National Park. Somehow I have to find the time to sneak out and not miss all of this color! So if you see a madman rushing around with a tripod early in the morning, or waiting for the sunset on Clingman’s Dome, that might be me!

As always, I’d love for you to stop and say hello at the William Britten Gallery along the historic Arts and Crafts Trail on Glades Rd in Gatlinburg. And until October 23rd I’ll also be at my usual location at the bottom of the escalator, near the entrance to the Craftsmens Fair. I’ve got lots of beautiful autumn Smoky Mountains photos on display, as well as all of the other seasons.

Little River Autumn Color
Little River Autumn Color © William Britten use with permission only

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