As the editor of this magazine, I often scoff when I receive cell phone pictures. I’m not a photographer — by any stretch of the imagination — but I’m fortunate to work with a staff of photographers who shine at what they do and produce stunning images for this magazine every month. They’ve taught me what to look for in photography — and spoiled me with their amazing work. So I’m embarrassed to say that while hiking in the Smoky Mountains National Park recently, I used my iPhone as my only camera. I snapped this photo just after sunrise while about 6,600 feet up Mount Leconte near Gatlinburg, Tenn. The heavy mist seen here may have kept us from viewing the sunrise from atop the mountain, but still provided for a beautiful photo backdrop — even for a cell phone.