Tag Archives: Looking Glass Falls

Update Blooms & such along the Blue Ridge Parkway

Roving Reporter… Flash!! Turks Cap Lily to be huge Bloom this year! Don McGowan, naturalist and nature photographer, on a recent scouting trip with Bob Grytten on Blue Ridge Parkway reports that from what he sees, there will be a … Continue reading

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More from Lens Lugger Spring photo shoots…

  These images are from the two last field shoots during the May – June 2015 Field Photography Program.         The next shoot, involved a tune up stop along Rt 215 during a brief misty flow.   … Continue reading

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Second Field Shoot… Pink Shell Azalea

The pink-shell azalea is native only to North Carolina, (Azalea vaseyi). These delicate pink blossoms usually appear in May and are considered globally endangered with less that 100 populations known to exist in the world. It kept us busy for … Continue reading

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Close to home, Looking Glass Falls – by Charles Coburn

Looking Glass Falls is a very popular falls for photographers and the general public as well, just outside of Brevard, NC on US 276, so going on a Wednesday provided a minimal invasion to disrupt capturing some images.  Working from … Continue reading

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