The Appalachian Mountain
chain is a vast system running from Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada,
1500 miles south-westward to central Alabama in the United States.
The Southern Appalachian Mountain region, comprised mainly of the
Blue Ridge Mountain Complex and its associated mountain ranges (such
as the Great
Smoky Mountains, Roan Highlands, etc.), contains the
highest peaks of the chain and the most peaks over 6000 feet. South
of the Blue Ridge the Southern Appalachians gradually diminish,
with Mt. Cheaha (Alabama) being the last significant peak to the
This region is home to some
of the most beautiful landscapes in the country and is the focus
of the nature photography on this website. From the endangered Gray's
Lily of the Roan Highlands (Tennessee and North Carolina) to the
odd and equally endangered "Dismalites" of Dismals Canyon
(Alabama), this region is one of incredible diversity and natural
beauty. The photo galleries below present the nature photography
of Jeff White divided into three categories for easy browsing.
In the photo galleries below,
you'll find a little bit of everything, from nature photography
of other regions of North America to miscellaneous photos that really
don't fit well into any other category.
Photography - Other Locations
Coming Soon - Panoramics!