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cataloochee valley, great smoky mountains, national park, north carolina, barbwire
Welcome, my name is Phillip, and I’d like to thank you for visiting my gallery. I live in Birmingham, Alabama, which is located in the southeast region of the United States.
Several years ago I rediscovered my long lost passion, and entered the much cleaner digital world of photography. I enjoy photographing nature, landscapes, and historical subjects.
If you would like to see more of my images please visit my blog at http://pmburrow.com.
Wonderful shot and pov
– Phillip M. Burrow
Lovely rustic feel to it! I am hoping we are looking at the old fence there!
Thanks Julie. Well it was inside an old barn, and it looks like it could have been there for sometime. While they could, I just don’t believe that the park service would store fencing material like this. I’m calling it original. There you have it. This was rolled up by Mr. Palmer himself! :o)
Great textures, subject, great everything !
Thank you so much Elfriede. I really enjoy old rustic things like this.
Excellent Phillip!! wonderful textures and details, love the sunlight!!
I appreciate it Kate. I would have loved to stayed there longer. PS: You’ll want to read my Elk story. It happen in the same barn, but just below where this photograph was taken.
Quite a fascinating image. Wonderful perspective.
Thank you so much Hany.
Superbly captured love the detail.
I appreciate it Julie!
Just read your Elk story, wasn’t easy as I had another surgery yesterday on my eyes and my nose was almost touching the screen lol!…..I was in Sweden a few years ago and I had a cabin with stable doors. One morning I woke up the the almighty thunder of bellowing so I opened the top part of the door…you can guess the next part…I was so taken back as the only animals I had seen were probably cows and sheep up to this time..what a sight !!…please ignore any mistakes today.
I certainly pray for the best with your sight. As for the Elk, we both stood there shocked and he wasn’t phased in the least. Of course he was a lot bigger than us too. After thinking about it I wonder if I photographed the wrong elk. I could have swore the he was even larger that this one. LOL
Lovely capture and work.
Thank you Lorraine!
March 1, 2012 Congratulations Phillip! You can view my comments on the Group Homepage
Thank you so much Leslie. I appreciate the kind comment.
Thank you so much!
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