Making my annual Fall pilgrimage to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, I found Fall foliage at near peak levels. No doubt later this week it will reach its peak. The park's lower elevations were absolutely stunning as I drove the routes to both Cade's Cove and Newfound Gap. On my last day I decided to photograph the water rushing down the Little Pigeon River in Greenbrier. Greenbrier is generally a single road, almost two lanes, but not quite, that travels many miles back into the park ending at the trail head to Porter's Creek Trail.