Other selections include:
- The juxtaposition of the A.T.’s white blaze against working farmland in Cumberland Valley by Pennsylvania-based photographer LINDA NORMAN;
- The image of a meditating monk by Maryland photographer and former Maryland park ranger TAMMY McCORKLE;
- A compelling photo of one of the wild ponies in Grayson Highlands, Virginia by photographer JEFFREY STONER;
- A black-and-white photo of some of the trail’s historic landmarks in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia by heritage photographer LUKE GREER;
- A sparkling image of night skies above the A.T. by New York photographer JULIAN DIAMOND;
- A dramatic photo of a hiker making the final push to summit Mount Kathadin by photographer and trail worker KOTY SAPP; and
- A striking photo of battered, beat-up feet by Appalachian Trail thru-hiker Ben Benvie.
Following its showing on Capitol Hill, the exhibit is expected to tour in locations from Maine to Georgia, over the next two years. Places and dates will be announced at a later time.
Photo Left: Sunset View from Horseback Ridge, By David Arthur Ramsey, Unaka Mountain Wilderness, Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee
What: “United by the Appalachian Trail” photo exhibit
When: September 17-21, 2018 – Business hours
Where: U.S. Senate Russell Rotunda, Constitution & First Streets, Washington, D.C.