White fringed phacelia blankets the spring landscape, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN/NC

What a display of white fringed phacelia! It was incredible this year. I don’t recall the bloom every being this prolific over the the past 10-years. I have about 30 different versions of this scene but I chose this one due to the dappling of light throughout the scene. Especially the upper left quarter! I love how the image seems to go on and on. This was a great find!

One thought on “White fringed phacelia blankets the spring landscape, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN/NC

  1. Very beautiful Jerry. I was down in the smokies at the same time as you. I saw a few photographers down there but I was really expecting to see about 80..it was a nice surprise. Maybe I bumped into you but didn’t realize it.

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