A full moon is on the rise over Holston Mountain as it reflects in the waters of South Holston Lake. I took this photo 4 years ago, but it has recently been brought to attention again after being chosen by 500px ISO to represent Tennessee in an article of night sky photos from each state (along with Night Train at the Old Greenhouse).
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In the predawn hours, the Milky Way rises in the eastern sky over Holston Mountain.
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After shedding 1,500 of it's 10,500 feet length in Bristol Yard, intermodal train 201 crosses the trestle in Bluff City, TN under starry skies.
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The Milky Way peeks from behind the clouds over South Holston Lake in Tennessee.
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Stars Over Hidden Valley
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Panorama of the Fourth of July at South Holston Lake
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2017 Bristol Train Station Calendar
Greg Booher is an internationally published photographer (most recently in National Geographic Guide to the Night Sky) from Bristol, Tennessee. The beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains of East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia are his home. For more about me, read my interview on RAW