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In 1940 Franklin Delano Roosevelt officially dedicated Great Smoky Mountains National Park from this majestic site. Newfound Gap is the lowest pass through this part of the Appalachian Mountain chain (Originally, Indian Gap, a point two miles west of Newfound Gap, was thought to be the lowest gap in the mountains. However, this gap was later discovered to be lower in elevation, thus the name). Clothed in a mixture of spruce-fir and northern hardwood forests, this area supports a wide variety of plant and animal life and provides a diversity of nature photography opportunities. In this photograph, morning creeps over the distant mountains, blending the cool pre-sunrise colors with the warmth of the coming day.

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