The Great Smoky Mountains: Simply Beautiful
An estimated 100,000 plant and animal species reside in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It rains 7 feet per year, filling 2,000 miles of waterways. Mountains surpass 6,000 feet. Place names like Cataloochee and Oconaluftee, Charlie's Bunion, and Clingmans Dome. Recall the history of settlement in the region. Photographer Adam Jones showcases the beauty of the park in every stunning season. Park naturalist Steve Kemp explains both the natural environment and the creation of the national park. Adam Jones has been honored as the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and his photographs have been published by numerous organizations, including the National Geographic Society.
Hardcover book - 119 pages - 10.86" x .64" x 12.42"