PSET is a member of the internationally recognized Photographic Society of America. This venerable organization celebrated its 70th year in 2006. We are proud to be part of PSA and encourage you to take a closer look at it by clicking here: PSA
We would like to recommend that you take a peek at our “sister” East Tennessee club:
The Photographic Society of Chattanooga.
This club is Tennessee’s oldest photography club and has been recognized for excellence in several areas.
Be sure to check out
Knight Reflections Photography.
This belongs to one of our members, Dale Knight. He has some great shots of nature and wildlife, plus Portraits and Wedding images that you will enjoy. Dale is available for Family, High School Seniors, Lifestyle Images, Weddings or event photography.
Also checkout www.shadows2lightworkshops.com for information about photography workshops and classes.
Ron Plasencia routinely posts photos of his trips or projects on his website at www.photoartique.com.
Ron has recently had an image selected to be included in the Tennessee Wildlife annual Calendar. Congratulations Ron!
Panther Creek State Park
Panther Creek is a rustic park located on the Morristown side of Cherokee Lake. The 1,400 plus acres representing the park consists of mostly wooded, rolling terrain. For more information call the park office at 423-587-7046 or visit,
Tennessee State Parks Web site.
The park is located in the Hamblen County community of Panther Springs, one of the area’s oldest settlements. Pioneers from North Carolina and the older Watauga Settlement in East Tennessee arrived at the “Springs” around 1784.
Friends of Panther Creek State Park