Madison Indiana Photography

Wildflowers of the Smoky Mountains


Here are a few more images from a recent trip to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, I love traveling to this special place not only for the wildflowers but for the vast variety of subjects you can photograph at this special place.  Landscapes, macros, wildlife and many other opportunities await the photographer traveling thru the Southern Appalachian Mountains, you can never run out of subjects or seasons in this photographers paradise.

So here are a couple more examples of the many wildflowers that grow in the Smoky Mountains, the first is the Dwarf Crested Iris and the other two being Wild Columbine.

If you get an opportunity try traveling to the Smokies and make sure you get out and hike and view and photograph the beautiful subjects that call this special place home. Thanks for stopping by and taking a look !!

 

 

                                                                                                                                                              gsmnp 2013 dwarf crested iris 1

                                                                                          Dwarf Crested Iris

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                  gsmnp 2013 wild columbine 2

                                                                                                            Wild Columbine

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                     gsmnp 2013 wild columbine 1

                                      Wild Columbine

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July 22, 2013 - Posted by | art, columbine, flower photography, flowers, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, hiking, macro, macro photography, Madison Indiana, madison indiana photography, nature, nature photography, photographer, photography, thoughts, travel, Vacation, West Street Art Center, wildflowers | , , , , , , , , , ,

13 Comments »

  1. Wow….I love those shots. They just jump off the page! One of the toughest problems I have at this mag is getting the m to hold still for their portrait! Beautiful work.

    Comment by Howard Grill | July 22, 2013 | Reply

  2. All of your wildflower photos are so lovely, especially in the enlarged view! Hope to see more like these in the future.

    Comment by littlepinkdove | July 22, 2013 | Reply

    • Thanks for stopping by and taking a look !!

      Comment by Bernie Kasper | July 25, 2013 | Reply

  3. I share your admiration for the columbines! Beautiful work!

    Comment by montucky | July 23, 2013 | Reply

  4. Especially like that Dwarf Crested Iris photo–they are so little and close to the ground that they are difficult to photograph.

    Comment by Anita Bower | July 23, 2013 | Reply

    • Thanks Anita, they can tough to shoot sometimes, but well worth the effort.

      Comment by Bernie Kasper | July 25, 2013 | Reply

  5. Your photos are very beautiful. May I ask what kind of camera and lens you were using,

    Comment by Iamrcc | July 23, 2013 | Reply

    • Nikon D600 and a Sigma 150 2.8 macro….thanks for stopping by.

      Comment by Bernie Kasper | July 25, 2013 | Reply

  6. what a beauty 🙂

    Comment by joshi daniel | July 25, 2013 | Reply

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