Solar Eclipse Western, NC – Starbucks Knockoff Recipes eBook – MRR

For those of you who were lucky to be in the direct path or who traveled to a location to be in the path of the Solar Eclipse on Monday, August 21st, 2017, you had the best view of the Solar Eclipse. The last Total Eclipse was about 100 years ago!

Luckily we were prepared and ordered our glasses early enough, and sadly I put them in a safe place for use later, and then lost the first set of glasses. So we ordered another set of glasses and distributed them to family to watch the spectacular Total Solar Eclipse.

We happened to be in such a good area, that we could view the Eclipse directly from our yard and I managed to take some interesting pictures, which I have included here for show.

Yes, they could have been much better shots, but you live and you learn. Next time if I am lucky enough to capture another Total Eclipse, I will have a pinpoint filter to capture a better image. However, in my defense of the original eclipse pictures, I at least had two special filters to get what I did capture. And all this is shot with a Nikon camera with an 18mm lens, so nothing really spectacular as someone with a 2200 lens might capture.

I gave it my best shot and I enjoyed the Eclipse immensely, watching it then entire length of time from bright to bright sunlight and everything in between. And during the total eclipse even the chilly cold temperature was fun. Interestingly enough, the birds were quiet and in hiding, the crickets and grasshoppers chirping ever-so-softly, and the non-existent breeze at full eclipse was wonderful to experience! I was lucky to capture a photograph of a wasp buzzing by after the full eclipse with the sun in view, and oddly enough the bees kept coming around right before and right after the Eclipse.

So there you have it. My personal Total Solar Eclipse experience. Fun and Original to boot! What was your experience?

 

~Kris Williams


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Waterfalls of Western NC – Podcasting for Fun & Profits eBook – MRR

Western NC hosts many waterfalls in her lands. You can find small waterfalls to special noteworthy falls. Some you will have to hike, climb, or or drive to, while others might be in your backyard.

 

These mountains contain some of the most beautiful scenic waterfalls there are, and some of the most photogenic masterpieces of all time.

 

Often people begin with the state parks and all that they have to offer. The Great Smoky Mountains is no exception, and Mingus Falls is just off the Cherokee Park entrance road. Mingus Falls requires you to hike up quite a number of steps, but it is truly worth your time to do so! This Falls is amazing and it often difficult to photograph due to the falls being cast usually in two different lights. The top half is subject to full sun and the bottom half, usually where most stand and photograph the falls on the bridge, is usually cast in shadow light of the forest. If you get there on an overcast day, where it is not too bright with sun and about ready to rain, and you have a chance to capture the entire falls in similar lighting.

 

Throughout the park, there are other waterfalls attached to hiking trails and even by the roadside. Any photographer wishing to grasp the flow of waterfalls usually stops by the wayside to capture all the essence they can.

 

There are even waterfalls more widely known such as Bridal Falls, which is on the way to Highlands from Franklin, NC. At one time vehicles could drive beneath this falls. If you go on a day expecting rain or shortly thereafter a good rainfall, the falls promises a better water flow for your picture!

Driving into the town of Highlands from the Franklin direction, you will notice their lake has a beautiful full cascading falls for the overflow of the lake. There are many waterfalls along the roads to Highlands area as well. Just take a long drive and keep your eyes open!

 

Some notable smaller waterfalls can be seen in the Joyce Kilmer Park and on the way to Tennessee through the Cherohala Skyway. They can be filmed by the roadside or may require a short hike. Likewise North Georgia has some lovely waterfalls via the roadside as well as available from short hikes.

 

And for those accustomed to the area, there are little spots and parks across the entire region. One such place is Fires Creek in Hayesville, NC.

 

The point is, if you love Waterfalls, Western North Carolina has plenty of them to keep you busy! Whether you are on a footpath, in a state park, or driving down the road, waterfalls are plentiful and they can be picture perfect!

 

I am proud to live in the land of the Waterfalls! Someday, I hope you will visit the area and seek out thy waterfalls.

~Kris Williams


 

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