Time for this week's Favorite Facebook photos! You may see a few of these throughout the week, but be sure to check back every Friday to see if there were any you may have missed. Feel free to post photos to our wall – even if we can't share them on our page, we may be able to showcase them here on our website! And of course, keep up with our Facebook page here!
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Frankie and Brooke Laughter
Sunrise in Lake Lure, NC. It was worth waking up at 4:30 a.m. to make the drive there.Brooke Laughter
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Avery County, Western North Carolina. Jason Penland - Fine Art Paintings & Photography
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This is Indian Creek Falls near Bryson City NC.My grandson Haydon and I went for an early morning hike together. — at Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
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South Branch Mtn. Hardy Co. WV. — with Renee Meador Farley.
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A Surprise Find in the Cove..We were walking in the very thick tall weeds and blackberries looking for critters down by Abrams creek and came across these beautiful flowers that I have never seen in the cove before.The Flower is called a Canada Lily, it is a magnificent tall woodland lily, and grows wild in damp meadows and thickets. The flowers are usually yellow, but may instead be orange or red, as illustrated in this photo. The Canada Lily is an erect native perennial lily growing a single green, usually smooth, stem from 1 to 4 feet high. The stem is unbranched below the inflorescence The flowers are hanging downward (pendant), not fragrant, with the flower stalks longest at the base of the raceme creating a pyramid shape when there are many flowers. The perianth of the flower is a bell shape with 3 sepals and 3 petals that look the same (commonly called 'tepals') and as the flower opens the tips flare outward curving backward a little.Photo shot in Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park.For more of our work check out and like our photo page https://www.facebook.com/JandGPhotosLikes, comments and shares are welcomed, but please do not alter the photos (crop the border and our copyright) and use it as your own.
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Cabin Creek, Grayson Highlands State Park
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Naresh B's Photography
Second Falls at Graveyard Fields in BlueRidge Parkway - milepost 418.8 photographed on long weekend!
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Passmore Outdoor Photography
After the RainNantahala River
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Paul Malcolm Photography
"Eye of Moore Cove Falls"The hike to this waterfall is one that my 2 1/2 year old grandson could manage. I used a fisheye lens to get the whole arch into the picture. The scene is a bit distorted because of the lens, but I like it. The fisheye lens is one of my fun ones. You can see my wife, daughter and grandson on the right. They help to add a sense of scale to the scene. — with Lisa Malcolm and Rebecca Underwood.
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Wangdu Gurung Photography
This astounding view from Longpoint Trail is photographed by Wangdu Gurung Photography.
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