Art & Craft vs. Technology

Photo of snow-covered mountain in background with lake in foreground. While timing my visit to mighty Denali to coincide with the peak of the late summer color in the tundra, I was able to camp just a half mile from Ansel Adams Point. Fuji GSW-690, 65mm, Velvia.
Denali – While timing my visit to mighty Denali to coincide with the peak of the late summer color in the tundra, I was able to camp just a half mile from Ansel Adams Point. Fuji GSW-690, 65mm, Velvia.

Story and photos by Jerry Ginsberg

Because I always have something to say and am pleased to share many stories with people, I am often asked to address audiences ranging from the Garden Club of America to National Park visitors and staff to camera clubs. These talks accompany slide shows featuring some of my favorite images of our National Parks and other ‘Scenic Gems of America.’

The Questions

Once my prepared bloviating is done, we open it up to Q&A. The first questions that will invariably come from any audience are,

“What is your favorite national park?” and “What camera do you use?”

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Bump: Autumn in the Smokies paints these venerable mountains with a riot of brilliant colors.
Bump: Autumn in the Smokies paints these venerable mountains with a riot of brilliant colors.

Story & photos by Jerry Ginsberg

The Basics

It doesn’t have the granite domes of Yosemite or the geysers of Yellowstone, but Great Smoky Mountains National Park attracts over 11 million visitors each year making it the most popular in the nation. That’s more than Yosemite, Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks combined.

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