Wayah Bald is a high-altitude treeless open area in Nantahala National Forest, near Franklin, North Carolina. A visitor enjoys the view from near the fire tower.
Wayah Bald has a vantage point of 5,342 ft. in elevation in the Nantahala National Forest, near Franklin, North Carolina. On a clear day, you can see north to the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee and south into the rolling hills of Georgia. Here are images of an old stone fire tower, built in 1937 by the Civilian Conservation Corps, to witness panoramic views of the southern Appalachian mountain chain.
Being in the forest for years, these junk cars and even a tire at Old Car City have incorporated natural shades of green into their original colors
Embedded in the trees and vegetation, this Volkswagen Beetle with peeling paint still adds bright color to the forest at Old Car City, White, Georgia
Being aged for years in a lush forest, these cars at Old Car City take on the green patina of the vegetation
Old Car City started as a small general store in 1931 and is still family owned and operated with Old South environment, folk art, ghosts of beautiful classic cars, and much more in a natural forest!
Filtered light through the trees highlights moss on the forest floor at Roan Mountain
From modern bridges to a functional swinging bridge over the treetops in the Amazon forest in Ecuador. A photographer maintains balance while taking pictures of the birds.
Hiking through the forest during Fall …..
Diffused light and shadows on the pathway through the bamboo forest