Homage to Bruce in Gatlinburg, TN

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Comments (19)

Kathy Keener on January 11, 2008

Bruce, it is just outside Gatliburg. There is a trail that leads from there to the Sugarlands Visitors Center. Thanks again for all that you contribute!

Janina_Bieleńko on January 13, 2008

Hello Kathy, hello Bruce. Your bridges are very special, each in own way. But the bridge of Kathy is more similar to the bridge of Monika. Boath of them lead up nowhere, to undisclosed (shadowy) place.... Look here

Kathy Keener on January 13, 2008

Janina, thanks so much. You are cool.

Janina_Bieleńko on January 13, 2008

I'm cool? O, no!. Not today!. The spring comes to me... Look here I hope you know, I like joke ... :) :) :) Thank you for your friendly words.

© Kojak on January 21, 2008

Great bridge! Greetings from Bavaria!

A.Lebacq on January 23, 2008

Very well captured this bridge Kathy ,beautiful perspective ,well done.

Arthur

Kathy Keener on January 23, 2008

Thank you A.Lebaq. Blessings to you from Tennessee.

betzy on March 20, 2008

Excelent shot!! inspire nostalgic feelings!!

el tio cachi cachirr… on March 22, 2008

Kathy una fotografia muy bonita, saludos cachirri

Andreas B. OTTE on March 23, 2008

Hi Kathy! I like such perspectives of fotos! This is really great! Greetings Andreas!

MaryAlice on June 2, 2008

Greetings, Kathy!

What a wonderful bridge! I love the way the wind has swept all the leaves over to the side.

It is terribly inviting and would lure me over it time and time again if I could only get to Tennessee.

This is wonderfully taken.

Best regards to you this evening,

Mary Alice

H.J. van Zyl on January 17, 2009

A place to ponder on! Nice shot! Greetings from South Africa! Johan.

Kathy Keener on January 17, 2009

Thank you Johan! Feel free to visit the Great Smokey Mountains in Tennessee. This Bridge is very close to Gatliburg. Blessings to you from Our Home!

Leo Roundtree on March 16, 2010

Kathy,

Great composition and perspective.

Your lovely photo brings back so many wonderful memories. My wife and I spent our honeymoon in Gatlinburg in 1970 and plan to return someday. Possibly for our 50th.

Being from the "flatlands" of South Louisiana we were awestruck by the beauty of the Smokies. Thought we were gonna die walking up to the top of Clingman's Dome! :)

Best wishes, Leo

Kathy Keener on March 17, 2010

Thank you, Leo! We can't wait for you to visit again! Sometimes I long for the flatlands as it can be difficult to find sky in photo perspective here in the mountains. You are not alone. Most folks feel that way while hiking to the top of Clingman's Dome. There are many lovely hikes in our area that are not quite as taxing, yet they don't provide that wonderful view! God Bless you and your family!

Leo Roundtree on March 17, 2010

Kathy,

I think when we do return we will opt for the less taxing hikes as we are 40 years older. :) We'll just have to rely on Panoramio for the view from Clingman's Dome.

Thank you and God Bless you and your family too, Leo

Kathy Keener on March 18, 2010

Leo, when you return, you can easily walk to this bridge from Gatlinburg. It's on one of our favorite walks when we stay at the family condo at the Park end of the Burg.

Tin K. on February 24, 2011

Beautiful photo... just love it!

Kathy Keener on February 24, 2011

Thank you, Tin. Les than a mile from this spot is a teaming vacation town..go a few more miles over the mountain and you get a Casino. And in the other direction you will find another very, very busy vacation area. We are just sooo very thankful for the many quiet spots that there are.

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Photo taken in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 107 Park Headquarters Road, Gatlinburg, TN 37738, USA

Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 10, 2008
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    by Kathy Keener
    • Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
    • Taken on 1980/01/01 00:00:09
    • Exposure: 0.033s (1/30)
    • Focal Length: 18.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.500
    • ISO Speed: ISO160
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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