Photo Journey

Photojourney

Yet another #photojourney along the #blueridgeparkway where we found #snow at #waterrockknoboverlook #northcarolina ... See MoreSee Less

Yet another #photojourney along the #blueridgeparkway where we found #snow at #waterrockknoboverlook #northcarolina

 

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Am not ready for snow. 😜

#Fallcolors are peaking in #cadescove at the #henrywhiteheadcabin, #greatsmokymountainsnationalpark ... See MoreSee Less

#Fallcolors are peaking in #cadescove at the #henrywhiteheadcabin, #greatsmokymountainsnationalpark

2 weeks ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Mingus Mill was as pretty as I've ever seen it yesterday morning. Any combination of these fall images would make a wonderful grouping to brighten up a spot in your home where a little color is needed!

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Beautiful was my aunt's favorite

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2 weeks ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Taken yesterday from the viewing tower in Soco Gap, North Carolina. Our neighboring state seems to be a bit ahead of Tennessee with full color. ... See MoreSee Less

Taken yesterday from the viewing tower in Soco Gap, North Carolina.  Our neighboring state seems to be a bit ahead of Tennessee  with full color.Image attachment

We had hopes of getting nice fall sunrise images for our photo sales galleries so we braved the high winds and downed branches on US 441 to the overlook past Newfound Gap. -- And they did close the road soon after we can through. Out of the 250 or so shots we have between us, there is probably nothing that might showcase well. With a storm front approaching from the west we did have a spectacular view in person. Stay tuned, hope springs eternal ... ... See MoreSee Less

We had hopes of getting nice fall sunrise images for our photo sales galleries so we braved the high winds and downed branches on US 441 to the overlook past Newfound Gap. -- And they did close the road soon after we can through.  Out of the 250 or so shots we have between us, there is probably nothing that might showcase well. With a storm front approaching from the west we did have a spectacular view in person. Stay tuned, hope springs eternal ...

2 weeks ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

For the past 10 years or so, we have enjoyed a fall weekend trip to the Smokies. We delayed our trip this year by a week hoping we might have better color and we were rewarded. Nevertheless, we had to reckon with high-wind road closures and rain. That was all good, the rain made for some interesting scenes, and we will be posting images here soon. The ones below were taken in the Cataloochee Valley. ... See MoreSee Less

For the past 10 years or so, we have enjoyed a fall weekend trip to the Smokies.   We delayed our trip this year by a week hoping we might have better color and we were rewarded.  Nevertheless, we had to reckon with high-wind road closures and rain.  That was all good, the rain made for some interesting scenes, and we will be posting images here soon.   The ones below were taken in the Cataloochee Valley.Image attachment

THE HARDEST PART...not the shooting, not the editing, not the uploading. It's the marketing! Here's the latest version of our site video with some enhancements. After you watch it, just go ahead and click that share button. Please help us get the word out. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to Deborah Jay Anderson for giving us some encouragement today and providing feedback on our photo stream! ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Desktop and laptop users (not phones or iPads) can now go DIRECTLY to Marcy's image portfolio by clicking on the "Shop" link to the left. Clicking just below "Collections" provides the best shopping experience.
Liking or commenting on images in the store is so very helpful because it pushes us way up in search engine results. (We want the world to find us.)
If you press "like" you will be asked to create an account as you see in the second screenshot.
We could only share one (Marcy's) portfolio directly- to go to Doug's, please click here: dougwphotography.com
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Desktop and laptop users (not phones or iPads) can now go DIRECTLY to Marcys image portfolio by clicking on the Shop link to the left.  Clicking just below Collections provides the best shopping experience.
Liking or commenting on images in the store is so very helpful because it pushes us way up in search engine results.  (We want the world to find us.) 
If you press like you will be asked to create an account as you see in the second screenshot.
We could only share one (Marcys) portfolio directly- to go to Dougs, please click here: https://dougwphotography.comImage attachment

4 weeks ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Psalm 50:2 "Out of Zion, the perfection of beauty, God hath shined."

We are still combing through our archives to choose the best pictures for our galleries. I noticed that the batch this evening showed a count of over 77,000 shots and there are several other batches. We have long said that someday we would figure how to showcase our photography, and that time has arrived. The image below may not be the best technically by any stretch, but it is one of my all-time favorites. The beauty of Zion National Park during the Monsoon Season was incredible, and the colors were just this vivid. The Lord was very near to us that day. -- Posted by Doug
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Psalm 50:2 Out of Zion, the perfection of beauty, God hath shined. 

We are still combing through our archives to choose the best pictures for our galleries.  I noticed that the batch this evening showed a count of over 77,000 shots and there are several other batches. We have long said that someday we would figure how to showcase our photography, and that time has arrived. The image below may not be the best technically by any stretch,  but it is one of my all-time favorites.  The beauty of Zion National Park during the Monsoon Season was incredible, and the colors were just this vivid. The Lord was very near to us that day.  -- Posted by Doug

 

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The Heavens and Earth testify of His glory. Absolutely gorgeous

Years ago when we first visited Zion National Park there were flash-flood warnings out. That was a little scary since we were unfamiliar w/the area.

We just made it easier to view Marcy's photo gallery. Click the "Shop Now "button above. You'll still have click the link

dougwphotography.com/index.html?tab=galleries

to see Doug's images. Feedback on images you like best will help guide our efforts.
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We just made it easier to view Marcys photo gallery.  Click the Shop Now button above.  Youll still have click the link

 http://dougwphotography.com/index.html?tab=galleries 

to see Dougs images.   Feedback on images you like best will help guide our efforts.

1 month ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Just created another collection on my online gallery with pictures taken within an hour of our home. Here are a few of those images. The entire gallery with 11 collections can be viewed at marcysphotography.com ... See MoreSee Less

Progress report...
We've now been online for one week and many have asked how it's going so far. We are still very busy adding images every day, and the days are flying by. I was able to get out and shoot two days this past week...MY FAVORITE DAYS! Subtle touches of Fall are starting show up, and I want to savor every day and minute of my favorite season. We only ended up with 106 page likes for the week, a long way from the 2,000 we need to boost us to the next level. Not as many visitors to the site as we had hoped, either, but we will not be discouraged! Going to keep pressing forward and give it some time. Thanks to everyone who has liked or followed the page. Really hoping to double the number of likes (at least) during this upcoming week.
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Visit our image galleries at:
marcysphotography.com/index.html?tab=galleries (Marcy)

dougwphotography.com/index.html?tab=galleries (Doug)

And for backstories on the images, visit our travel blog at: dougnmarcysphotojourney.com
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1 month ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Today was a shooting day. Sometimes I know exactly where I'm headed. Other times I just set out, take it as it comes, and don't know where I'll go. Today was the latter. Started out to get some shots of the elk on the other side of the park. After that I thought I'd look for Fall and go to the higher elevations, always the first places to have signs of color. From Cherokee, I got on the Blue Ridge Parkway, but after several miles I was tempted by a little gravel road that promised to take me to Big Witch Gap. Very rough, very steep, very curvy...started wondering if I was actually lost and might end up on the news tonight as missing. Just as I was becoming a little frantic and thinking Doug was not going to be happy if he had to send out a search party, I came to "Mile High Campground." The sign said I was at an elevation of almost 6,000 feet. Never did see Big Witch Gap, but I was able to find my way back after asking one of the campers for directions. I rate this as a good day even though I didn't get any great pictures and I didn't find any color. It was an adventure, for sure. The first shot was taken just after Newfound Gap in North Carolina. The second is at Mile High Campground, which I later found out was close to Maggie Valley.
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Today was a shooting day.  Sometimes I know exactly where Im headed.  Other times I just set out, take it as it comes, and dont know where Ill go.  Today was the latter.  Started out to get some shots of the elk on the other side of the park.  After that I thought Id look for Fall and go to the higher elevations, always the first places to have signs of color.  From Cherokee, I got on the Blue Ridge Parkway, but after several miles I was tempted by a little gravel road that promised to take me to Big Witch Gap.  Very rough, very steep, very curvy...started wondering if I was actually lost and might end up on the news tonight as missing. Just as I was becoming a little frantic and thinking Doug was not going to be happy if he had to send out a search party, I came to Mile High Campground.  The sign said I was at an elevation of almost 6,000 feet.  Never did see Big Witch Gap, but I was able to find my way back after asking one of the campers for directions.  I rate this as a good day even though I didnt get any great pictures and I didnt find any color.  It was an adventure, for sure.  The first shot was taken just after Newfound Gap in North Carolina.  The second is at Mile High Campground, which I  later found out was close to Maggie Valley.   
with Douglas WielfaertImage attachment

 

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Stunning photos!

Breathtaking!!

Absolutely gorgeous

1 month ago

Harriet French Taylor

I hope all my friends can enjoy the beautiful photos on this site. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Jan Kitelynn

You are so good! ... See MoreSee Less

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Your comment blows me away... When I look at your images, I always hope that some day I can be as good as you are! Thanks for the encouragement.

1 month ago

Rachel Wielfaert Frazier

Incredibly excited to see the fruits of your labor! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Linda Lewis Robinson

I am not privileged to travel but love Marcy’s work because it makes me feel like I am personally viewing what she captures. She has a gift from God and she uses it.
So pure! So full of beauty!
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Heartfelt thanks for your sweet comment, Linda!

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