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This detailed and updated guide to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park for photographers is filled with detailed information in its 149 pages. Internal hyperlinks allow the user to easily navigate through the book with just a click or two. In this book I take you to both iconic as well as more intimate scenes in and around the Great Smokies and give you suggestions on planning each day to maximize your opportunities. This e-book will help you make the most of what comes in all four seasons and all conditions. This IS the next best thing to having a professional guide with you.

 

 
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146 pages
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This detailed guidebook is laid out from MP 0.0 at Rockfish Gap to MP 469 on the banks of the Oconaluftee River at the border with the Great Smokies. The Parkway designers had a grand plan — “Jewels on a string of beads” was the concept, with points of great interest spread along the length of this great scenic drive. For lovers of the outdoors of all types, and especially photographers, there are then target rich areas of exceptional appeal that offer iconic scenes. This book guides you through those, as well as the hidden jewels not so immediately apparent, both on and off the Parkway. This IS the guide I wish I had when I first started to visit and photograph the Parkway.
Updated from the original print version with additional notes for photographers. There are hyperlinks throughout the book in the familiar blue that will allow you to easily navigate from location to location, and in a single click return to the table of contents for each chapter or the entire book.
$17.95
203 pages
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Classic Parkway images paired with original poems, haiku, journal entries, and essays illuminate this tribute to the natural wonders of the Blue Ridge Parkway and the volunteer organization that supports it. The 469 miles of the Parkway run through some of the most magnificent landscapes in the US, connecting the Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the photographs capture the unique beauty of the region. Accompanying the images are the heartfelt writings of the regional poets and essayists who celebrate their abiding love for the Blue Ridge Mountains. It celebrates the Blue Ridge Parkway  and the 25 years of service provided by FRIENDS of the Blue Ridge Parkway.
 
$47.95
 ISBN: 9780989287081
 214 pages, hardcover
10 x 13 inches
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This photographic exploration covers all 469 miles of the Blue Ridge Parkway, offering intimate images of the stunning vistas and endless natural beauty the Parkway offers. From misty Blue Ridge Mountains to graceful waterfalls and fields of wildflowers, this beautiful book also includes essays from celebrated writer Charles W. Maynard. This collection is a must-have for Parkway lovers.
Essays by Charles W. Maynard
Photography by Jerry D. Greer & Nye Simmons
$29.95
ISBN:9780984421800
8.8
x 11.4 inches - 120 Pages, hardcover
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified, Printed with Soy Inks

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This detailed guidebook is laid out from MP 0.0 at Rockfish Gap to MP 469 on the banks of the Oconaluftee River at the border with the Great Smokies. The Parkway designers had a grand plan — “Jewels on a string of beads” was the concept, with points of great interest spread along the length of this great scenic drive. For lovers of the outdoors of all types, and especially photographers, there are then target rich areas of exceptional appeal that offer iconic scenes. This book guides you through those, as well as the hidden jewels not so immediately apparent, both on and off the Parkway. This IS the guide I wish I had when I first started to visit and photograph the Parkway.
$24.95
192 pages, soft cover, 6x9 inches
 ISBN 978-0977793396
Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified Printed with Soy Inks
(5th printing only)
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