Cade’s Cove

A collection of a few of my images from Cade’s Cove.  For more information on the history of the area, click HERE or HERE (wikipedia.)

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14 Responses to Cade’s Cove

  1. Beautiful location Sue!! I love the cabins inside and out and I love the processing. Great job!

  2. Dane says:

    Sue, I’m seldom speechless… these are wonderful!

  3. Jeri says:

    Lovely series, Sue! This is one of my most favorite places that I’ve ever visited. So peaceful. You’ve captured the essence of this area. I love the processing. 🙂

  4. Mary says:

    Beautiful series! Love the processing for each photo.

  5. excellent historical piece! I love your processing. Unbelievable that there are places like this that you can actually shoot!

  6. Lisa says:

    Beautiful images. wonderful hdr. The workshop sounds exhausting though!

  7. Marcie says:

    Excellent series. Love the colors and textures and light. You learned some wonderful new tricks and techniques at the workshop. Exhausting…but worthwhile.

  8. sharon says:

    Wonderful captures!

  9. Julie McLeod says:

    These are lovely! What a photographer’s paradise this must be. My favorite of this set is fireplace with the sun streaming in on the woodstove…….

  10. Anita says:

    Very nice! I especially like the light in #1, 3, 5.

    A question about your workshop experience, which you described in a previous post: Was instruction given in using the various techniques you described?

  11. Bo says:

    All of them are really well done, but I have to love the interior one with the sun rays filtering through. Looks like you had a wonderful time!

  12. colblue says:

    A wonderful set of images, Sue. I love #5!

  13. I love the soft light, Sue! Beautiful series, as usual.
    Susanne

  14. JRP says:

    I got away for a while and you produce the most amazing work I have ever scene. I’m floored again.

    The processing is amazing! Simply fantastic. Do I detect a little HDR?

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