Rock Walls as this one can be found through out the Appalacian mountains. Remnant of the early settlers who lived here. These walls were dry-stack meaning, building a rock wall using no mortar between the rocks. Most often the only reason for builden the walls were simply a place to put the rocks as they were clearing the ground for crops. This wall is on the Jim Bales Place in the Smokies. This area can be found along the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail.
Canon 5D Mk II Canon 24-105mm f/4L IS 27mm 1 sec f/16 ISO 200 Manfrotto/Kirk B+W Circular Polarizer