The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee What really fun about this series is that when I took them, I’d only just started traveling. This was on my second trip to the Smoky Mountains, only a couple of months after my first. It was before I had ventured into solo-travel and before I’d gone anywhere … More Throwback Thursday: 2008 GSMNP
When I drove into Utah, I’d been on the road for just over a month. I was thrilled and excited to photograph Utah, but I was (though not as aware of it then as I am now, looking back on it), exhausted and running on fumes. I was nearing my stop in Colorado, with its … More It’s just recon…
I was feeling the vintage vibe processing some of these images from Arches and Canyonlands National Park. They remind me of the postcards I’d find at roadside shops out west.
My next focus during my backlog processing spree will be… Arches National Park in Utah Canyonlands National Park in Utah And Colorado National Monument in Colorado Stay tuned!
The cabins and buildings depicted in this trio of entries are located in the Daisy Town section of Elkmont, near the restored lodge. I believe that most of these cabins will be renovated and not amongst the 29 buildings currently slated for demolition. Still, there’s something a little sad about the town, even knowing that … More Elkmont, Revisited, Vol 3
Continuing with my revisit to Elkmont in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park… As of this spring, the park will be starting some of the plans to restore and remove buildings from the Elkmont section of the park. I believe many of the buildings from the images in this past entry are slated for demolition, … More Elkmont, Revisited, Vol 2
In Fall 2014 I wrote about the “abandoned” town of Elkmont in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park and shared some of my photographs from the area. In the next three blogs I’ll share more work…with a decidedly moodier feel to them. Taken in winter, processed with minimal color and lots of gloomy, rainy day … More Elkmont, Revisited, Vol 1
A dark tree looming over the one-way road in Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountain National Park. (for purchasing visit http://www.jlgould.com)