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Smoky Mountain Pictures

What’s the next best thing to visiting the Smoky Mountains? How about checking out Smoky Mountain pictures. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is one of the most visited National Parks in the country and vacationers take thousands of pictures there every year. Some of the more popular areas in the park to snap a photograph are Cades Cove, Clingman’s Dome (the highest point in the park and Tennessee), Mount LaConte, Sugarlands Visitor Center, Chimney Tops, Newfound Gap, Alum Cave Bluffs or any one of the many trails, waterfalls or scenic overlooks along the roads in the National Park.

Listed below are pictures from the Smoky Mountains, called the Smokies by some, that will feature all of those locations and more. The photos are from Flickr.com and will update automatically as new ones are posted. Enjoy them!

  • The Sink on Big Creek -

    Scott Thompson - inaap.com posted a photo:

    The Sink on Big Creek

  • Big Creek and Mouse Creek Falls -

    Scott Thompson - inaap.com posted a photo:

    Big Creek and Mouse Creek Falls

  • Yellow Slime Mold -

    Scott Thompson - inaap.com posted a photo:

    Yellow Slime Mold

  • Big Creek -

    Scott Thompson - inaap.com posted a photo:

    Big Creek

  • Cataloochee Valley -

    Scott Thompson - inaap.com posted a photo:

    Cataloochee Valley

  • Mouse Creek Falls -

    Scott Thompson - inaap.com posted a photo:

    Mouse Creek Falls

    Smoky Mountains National Park

  • Beard's Tongue, Hericium erinaceus -

    Scott Thompson - inaap.com posted a photo:

    Beard's Tongue, Hericium erinaceus

    Also known as Lion's Mane, Monkey Head, Bearded Tooth, Satyr's Head, Bearded Hedgehog and Pom Pom!

  • Project 365 - 10/22/2019 - 295/365 -

    cathy.scola posted a photo:

    Project 365 - 10/22/2019 - 295/365

    Mountain views

  • Cataloochee Elk -

    Scott Thompson - inaap.com posted a photo:

    Cataloochee Elk

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    Alan

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