Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee
In the Greenbriar area of the park, there’s an interesting group of rocks in the West Prong of the Little Pigeon River. Dubbed by locals as “moon rocks,” the boulders have been sculpted by the river over time. The polished dips and curves are beautiful to admire from a distance, but the surfaces are treacherously slippery when wet!
One photo workshop participant took a tumble while jumping around. Several others had near miss accidents. I started to get on top of the rocks to get a higher vantage point, but quickly abandoned the idea once I saw that there was zero traction. I am a brave woman, but I know my limitations! So this down-low shot of the area had to suffice.