We started in Bryson City, North Carolina; a sleepy little town that belies its name. Grabbing a couple of sandwiches and drinks, we boarded the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad for a trip up and down the Nantahala Gorge. It was a great Spring day and we were celebrating anniversary number 40.
The train crosses the Nantahala River at the base of the Nantahala Lake via an old trestle. It is one of the highlights of the trip when the train crosses over. On the return trip, I snapped a photo that I turned into a painting showing the lake, the mountains, and the trestle (middle left). This is my favorite image from that four and a half hour train trip.
June 2nd, 2014
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