From The Blue Ridge Mountains
"America's First Frontier"
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This scene was taken on Logan's Creek near Meadowview, VA.  I was standing in the creek with my tripod to take this one.
Cool Waters
By Jerry Penley 1994
Item # EN83
This scene was taken on Paint Creek in Greene County, TN.  The time was
early fall.  We did not know whether to watch the trout fishermen or take photos that day.

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Paint Creek
By Carrie Penley 1997
Item # EN307

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The "pearls" of water on this spider web can only be formed by a very calm night
with a high humidity.  They can only be formed by nature.
Nature's Pearls
By Jerry Penley 1995
Item # EN190
This scene was taken on Tumbling Creek in southwest VA.  If you want
to photograph this stream, bring your trout equipment as there are Browns,
Rainbows and Brookies in this stream.

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Running Softly
By Jerry Penley 1994
Item # EN5

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Can't you just hear the quite of nature around you and nothing but the slight breeze and the trickle of the water?  This photo was made in the Smoky Mountains which abound in these types of scenes.  There were no other people around us at this time!  This photo was made in November, rather late in the day and the skies were overcast.
Just Listen to Nature
By Jerry Penley 2001
Item # EN238