Smile, You’re on Jeffery Camera!

My husband is a phenomenal graphic designer as well as photographer and we will be posting some of his work for you to enjoy. We love going to neighboring areas and taking photos while delving into the history of it. We hope you enjoy the photos as much as we enjoyed the adventures to take them!

Enjoy! These photos were taken at Cades Cove in Smoky Mountain National Park.

Cades Cove Bear Sparks Lane

This bear walked right in front of us on Sparks Lane. If you’re a frequent visitor to the park, you’ll know that this is where a LOT of blackberry bushes are. And during blackberry season, it is one of the best places to see black bears! Beware, though. Don’t get too close and do not disturb the bears! Admiring them from a distance with an awesome lens is the best way to enjoy them!

Cades Cove Church

Throughout Cades Cove there are churches and cabins. All reminders of the small community that actually lived there for many years. This is one of my favorite photos of one of the churches on the Loop. It reminds me so much of the chapel where we were married in on nearby Bluff Mountain.

Young Buck in Cades Cove

Nothing like coming up on young bucks grazing in the tall grasses in the Cove. We love the occasional treat of “running into” one of these gorgeous creatures. We always find it difficult to contain our excitement, but somehow we manage to stay calm! Being in the presence of these beautiful creatures just takes the words out of my mouth! There are none that would adequately describe these moments! Let your eyes take it all in!

Until next time………..

4 thoughts on “Smile, You’re on Jeffery Camera!

  1. I love you shared Jeff’s pics but I was so disappointed there are so few–more more more!!! and I am excited to read your blob every time you post. Keep up the good work!

    • Ahhh, I understand! Well, I promise more! This will be a weekly event. There are SOOOOO many to sift through! Glad you enjoyed them! And thanks, we love that you stop by to visit!

  2. Congratulations . . . and it’s about time! I hope is arm isn’t too bruised from all the twisting.

    Great job on the post. I am looking forward to more beautiful posts like this!

    Love you guys! Tom

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