We’re consistently left in awe at what you wonderful photographers manage catch out there in the Tennessee wilderness. Every week, you fantastic folk leave some photographs on
our Facebook page and we feature fifteen of them on a weekly basis. Here’s our wonderful group of Tennessee folk for this week!
15) Triple Falls has never looked as good as the way Amy Purkey sees it.
You can visit yourself, in Jacksboro, TN.
14) Barbara Burton has quite the eye for fall colors!
There's something so cool about this blown out photo - such a neat feel!
13) Carole Hart Johnson catches the stunning colors of a Tennessee autumn.
Why would you want to spend your autumn months anywhere else?
12) That stunning sky, the reflection in the water that Emily Plemens caught.
This honestly doesn't even look real, and we are QUITE alright with that.
11) Gina Richards Hobbs and her bleeding sunset - INSANE.
We can't imagine seeing this from our front porch...
10) This is Harrison Bay, seen through the eyes of Janie Massengale-Reels.
You can find Harrison Bay at Chickamauga Lake.
9) Julia Phillips captures the Cumberland River Bridge in Clarksville.
It looks perfectly picturesque against that stunning sky.
8) The most perfect field of sunflowers, Justin Rapp!
They look stunning against that angry sky.
7) Kingston is looking GOOD - thanks, Ken Wattles!
This looks like the perfect autumn date spot.
6) We're in love with this ethereal shot by Malinda Prater Tucker.
The sky, the water, the colors! We can't deal with it. gorgeous.
5) Mike Hill has submitted a couple of stunners, but this one of Wagatauga Lake really takes the proverbial cake.
The mist rising on the water and the gorgeous contrast of the sky makes us REAL happy.
4) Nashville at night, courtesy of David Davis.
What a magical city, all lit up with those stunning lights. We're HUGE fans.
3) Here's an evening shot of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Nathan Firebaugh.
Did you know this national park is the most visited in the US? So cool!
2) Only Sherry Sharpless Johnston could capture Abrams Falls so perfectly.
We can't wait to visit next summer - have you been?
1) A sunrise over Dayton, captured by the wonderful Doris Douglas.
Doris Douglas - Submitted by Email
Just a little Tennessee magic for you, that's all.