RH - Grassy Ridge Spring Green Original.jpg
Along the state borders of Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee lies the Roan Highlands, a series of highland meadows that come alive during the month of June with Catawba Rhododendron blooms. This photograph was taken from Grassy Ridge Bald, looking down into the Blue Ridge Southern Appalachian Mountains of Western North Carolina.
- © 2012 Mark VanDyke. All Rights Reserved.
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