Medium: Platinum on pigment archival print
Description: The “Pink Beds” is a remote shallow valley in the Pisgah National Forest (North Carolina). The name is derived from the visual proliferation of pink and orange color every spring from the native azaleas. The photograph was taken early morning from the Pounding Mill Overlook (Milepost 413) on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Dr. Houck Medford
Southern Documentary Artist
Founder and CEO Emeritus, Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation