Terry Barnes Photography on Facebook
“When the Roll is Called Up Yonder”
Grey Dollyhite Photography on Fine Art America
Greg Dollyhite Photograhy on Facebook
Tanawha Trail Footbridge
Tanawha: Cherokee word for fabulous hawk or eagle
Tanawha Trail on Wikepedia
The Tanawha Trail is a part of NC’s Mountains to the Sea Trail, and runs 13.5 miles from Julian Price Park to Beacon Heights. Although the Tanawha Trail is fee-free, two nearby trails are not: Daniel Boone Scout Trail and Grandfather Trail Extension. Please see High Country Hiking for more information on the Tanawha Trail.
Nature Photography by Gene Rollins on Facebook
Foxes (which are found in every region of North Carolina) information from the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission.
Victor Ellison Fine Art Photography on Facebook
Linn Cove Viaduct: more information on the viaduct can be found at Blue Ridge National Heritage Area
More information about the Rough Ridge trail can be found at Explore Boone.
Jus Messin Round Fotographie on Facebook
John Alan Crisp Photography on Artists Websites
John Alan Crisp Photography on Facebook
Pilot Mountain at sunrise, and in the evening.
Appalachian Exposures on Facebook
Halley of Appalachian Exposures hails from Spruce Pine, NC, way up in the high country. Spruce Pine is also known as “the Mineral City”.