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About M&D Hills Photography

Living in Gatlinburg, TN., Matt and Delia take full advantage of their proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  They spend much of their free time exploring and connecting with nature by venturing deep into the park's back country in search of the hidden gems and critters that only nature can provide.  As lifelong animal lovers, their greatest joy comes from respectfully observing the natural behavior of wildlife within their habitat.  They believe that sharing their images and experiences may add to your appreciation of the forests, the history, and the wildlife who call these mountains "home".

Just in!

2021 Great Smoky Mountains Wall Calendars

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We're pleased to introduce our 2021 Great Smoky Mountains wall calendars!

These colorful 28-page glossy 8.5"x11" Wire-O calendars are individually wrapped,
well packaged, and will open to 11"x17" on your wall.


  Each image is representative of the month it was taken.

 These would make a special gift for someone, including yourself, for any occasion.

At Hills Creek Gallery or follow this link.


Thank you for your interest!

Wall Art Gallery Wrapped Canvases

Canvas Gallery Wraps

A Collage of Framed Images

A Collage of Framed Images

New! Metal Prints

Autumn Tapestry

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Complete with metal frame and wire hangers

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***Glossy finish 12" x 18"  -  Large selection available.***

  Stop in for details!

We invite you to stop by Hills Creek Gallery, located in the Arts & Crafts Community on Glades Rd. in Gatlinburg on your next visit.  See their large selection of framed and unframed award winning images of the Great Smoky Mountains, the Appalachians and Blue Ridge Country.  They offer scenic vistas, landscapes, waterfalls, streams, sunrises and sunsets.  Wildlife, including Smokies black bears, white-tailed deer and majestic elk, birds, and various fauna.  Nature images of flora, wildflowers, butterflies, and macro.  Historical monuments in and around the Smokies including cabins, churches, schools, bridges and so much more.

You can learn more about them here.

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