Eye Candy in Gatlinburg Tennessee
Nothing like some nice yummy eye candy.
Actually, I couldn't think of a thing to photograph, until I headed south of the border only a few days ago on New Year's Eve.
I crossed the Kentucky border into the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.
I needed a break from blogging and real estate.
I thought I might...what is the word? RELAX
As I was driving in through the winding roads along the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, I saw plenty of eye candy that I just couldn't resist. I'm sure motorists thought I was holding up traffic as I jumped out to take random shots that I liked.
Hey, that's what tourists do!
I call this "Beehive Hill"
Old Mill on a creek.
The "Pirate" that got left behind after the putt-putt golf course went bust.
Old Lodge on a creek.
Gatlinburg Castle in the sky.
Barn located on Middle Prong of The Little Pigeon River.
Emert's Cove Covered Bridge
Gatlinburg Tennessee Barn
Scary Trees at Summit View
Last...but not least...the Gatlinburg raptor.
Once thought to be extinct, but very much alive and thriving on
unsuspecting tourists in the mysterious Smokey Mountains of Tennessee.
You better keep an eye out for them
as they like to lurk around the outlet malls.
Lizette Fitzpatrick- Principal Broker at Lizette Realty.
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