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The John Oliver Place built mid 1850’s.It is located on the Cades Cove Loop in the Smoky Mountains
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Nice shot – like that wooded, rustic looking border/fence.
Kind of place I’d like to live all year long… Awesome Gary!!!
Excellent shot! Love old cabins, barns and such. Well done!
Great composition – Really nice shot
Very nice Gary – lovely composition and the focus is amazing.
this is a great picture
Perfect composition. This is spectacular
What a magnificent place! Lovely shot, Gary.
Wonderful composition, love the pickets and glad you included them in the shot.
Hey, Gary, this is so cool, I took almost this exact same shot and fought the tourists too. Excellent job! I love your composition, and exposure. Great Cades Cove shot! I’m glad I didn’t post mine, I swear to God, people would think one or the other of us cadged the other’s photo. Great work, Amigo! Cheers! Chris