Friday, March 22, 2019

Devil's Courthouse sunrise


Sunrise in the Blue Ridge Mountains, as seen from the summit of the Devil's Courthouse near Asheville, North Carolina a few mornings ago. Debbie DiCarlo and I had a great time scouting the region for a possible 2020 photo workshop. Fantastic vistas abound. We're thinking about doing this in late June, when myriad rhododendrons are in bloom. This is also one of the richest regions in the world for salamanders, both in diversity and numbers. Interesting Appalachian flora abounds, including many rare species, especially atop the mountain balds. Send me an email if you might be interested (jimmccormac35 AT gmail.com)and we'll add you to our monthly newsletter. You can also follow our Focus on Photography Facebook page by clicking RIGHT HERE.

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