Thursday, October 17, 2019

Finally



“Finally”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

Yesterday, I finally was able to get the coveted shot I truly wanted while in Cades Cove—a deer jumping a fence.

Sparks Lane and Hyatt Lane are two gravel roads lined with barbed wire fences. I have gotten a deer sneaking under the fence but never while they jumped the fence like so many other photographers have gotten.

Finally, I have been able to sit at my desk and edit a photograph to post.

The last five weeks have been so hectic with packing, sorting through items to sell, having a moving sale, and finally moving to Knoxville, Tennessee.

We absolutely love where we live! Our apartment in nestled on a beautiful cove. My favorite thing to do is sit on my patio furniture cuddled under a soft blanket while eating my meals.

This is a new adventure with my photography. Hopefully, you can sit back and enjoy God’s beautiful creation via my photography. 

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Location: Cades Cove, Tennessee - In the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Come Down Please



“Come Down Please”
Judy Royal Glenn Photography

I thought I’d celebrate National Wildlife Day by posting my favorite subject to photograph—black bears!

This momma bear looks up to check on her cubs in Cades Cove, Tennessee in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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