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    One of the most famous waterfalls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Abrams Falls near Cades Cove #abrams #falls #waterfall #hike

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Glenariff Forest, Ireland

Careful footed mountain goat on suspended boulder

Beautiful

A pathway of wisteria

Morning in the Smokey Mountains

The "Dark Hedges", Stranocum, Co. Antrim in my native Northern Ireland. This incredibly beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted in the 18th century by the Stuart family. Like many impressive avenues it was planted as an entrance to their Georgian home, Gracehill House. Two (possibly 300) hundred years later, the trees remain a magnificent sight and have become one of the most impressive natural phenomena in Northern Ireland

Path through the forest with green ferns lining the path. Mysterious. Green misty forest by Evgeni Dinev, via Flickr

Hodgson Water Mill, Ozark Country, Missouri

The lovely redbud tree so ubiquitous to the Smoky Mountains.

The smoky mountain wildflower Bloodroot.

A beautiful spring bloomer, the Yellow Trillium found in the Smoky Mountains.

The stately white dogwood tree, so common in the Smokies and on Hidden Springs Resort.

The Primitive Baptist Church and cemetery in Cades Cove

One of the most famous waterfalls in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park - Abrams Falls near Cades Cove

The mill was purchased from J. T. Lefler, owner of the Pine Run Mill in Huntsville, Virginia and relocated to the campus of Life University on Rottenwood Creek as part of a 19th century village. The mill is an old stone and wood mill in Cobb County Marietta, Georgia.

misty path

The forgotten garden path

footprints in the sand...

Redbuds in the woods...

Garden path

Duke Morse Photography

Beautiful~

An evening walk

down the path