Today I left early and was up at the peak of the Cherohala Skyway, on the North Carolin side. The Cherohala Skyway runs 52 miles up over 5300 feet in the Cherokee National Forest and the Nantahala National Forest. It starts at Tellico Plains, TN (ok, I’m from TN so why should I have it starting from the other direction?) and runs towards Robbinsville, NC. The forest above 4500 feet is not as good (wind blown and the early leaves are gone, oaks still to change). Below 4500 feet is peaking with lower levels peaking over the next week.
Here are a few images from today.
I really like this HDR. I actually shot it with a 3 stop Singh Ray Grad and processed in NIK HDR Efex Pro
I also played with some Multiple Exposure Rotate and Zoom images.
Depending on weather, I will be back that direction later this week, to shoot up Tellico River and around Bald River Falls.
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