Middle Prong of Little River

A small cascade on the Middle Prong of Little River, Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee. August 27, 2012.

(Note:  All pictures may be enlarged by clicking on them once or twice.)

In late August Betsy and I visited the Smoky Mountains after an early morning appointment in Knoxville.  We drove along the Middle Prong of Little River up past Tremont.  This is off the beaten path in the Smokies, except for fishermen, and we enjoy being able to stop and enjoy the river without having to worry about traffic.

The river was lower than we’ve ever seen it, but there were still places where we could stop and enjoy seeing the water rushing over and around boulders in the stream.

Water swirling over rocks in Middle Prong, Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee. (Photo by Betsy)

Betsy got some wonderful pictures of the clear water flowing over the rocky river bottom.

Middle Prong of Little River, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee. August 27, 2012.

We hope that our dry weather soon comes to an end and that there will be more water in the river the next time we go.  But we enjoyed this trip to the beautiful Smokies and look forward to many more.

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17 Responses to “Middle Prong of Little River”

  1. diane Says:

    Sorry I haven’t been around lately. Been busy after our trip.
    Love these water photos. It sounds like a nice quiet place to visit.

  2. Andrea Says:

    Wow George, you are again taking water shots, no matter how small as long as there is a semblance of waterfalls, it is enough to perk my day! I’ve just been to Betsy’s and I asked her if even in bed you are in uniform? hahaha, you two are too lovely together!

  3. Ms. A Says:

    Enough water for some great shots!

  4. Łucja-Maria Says:

    Good morning Betsy and Gregor!
    Fantastic post. Great pictures.
    I read your article with great interest.
    I send greetings to you.

  5. Larry Says:

    Nice shots George – as many times as I’ve been to the cove, I’ve never gone up that road.

  6. MadSnapper Says:

    you are really good with the water shots now, these are wonderful. i think i here the rapids

  7. Linda Says:

    One of the things we love about the Smokies is the number of beautiful streams throughout the national park, most of them flowing rapidly over boulders. You’ve really captured that beauty in these photographs.

  8. sylviakirk Says:

    I always look forward to your waterfall shots, George, and these are fantastic! I, too, love waterfalls and your photos are the next best thing to being there!!! Hope your week is going well!

  9. Gardener on Sherlock Street Says:

    Always love your silky water photos. Thanks.

  10. rhiebert Says:

    These are lovely scenes. Let’s hope that the whole country is done with the dryness.

  11. ZielonaMila Says:

    Beautiful photographs, discovering such places it is a marvellous adventure. I am greeting

  12. ladyfi Says:

    That last shot is gorgeous!

  13. Leovi Says:

    Stunning photos. I love the moving water.

  14. maryBeth Says:

    Love the pics. Can’t wait until I get to the mountains again. MB

  15. Rose Says:

    Those last two shots are really awesome, not that I don’t like all of them;)

  16. Sartenada Says:

    Great photos. You are the master who knows how to photograph water flows!

  17. Carletta Says:

    Beautiful George! I do like those filtered shots you get like that last one. Lovely captures!

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