Friday, October 2, 2009

Mossy Footlog

I took this shot in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in June, 2009.  We were on the Kephart Prong trail, a short trail that takes you through an old railroading camp.  This trail is the standard by which I will always measure hiking trails from here on out in terms of beauty, serenity, and interest.  The grade was very gradual, so there was very little physical exertion involved, and the views were simply sublime.  All you could hear were the sounds of rushing waters, and the occasional chirping birds.  In short, it was paradise.

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