Rain falls in the Appalachian Mountains, covering the nearby peaks in clouds and mist.
While visiting Mt. Rainier we were lucky enough to be there on a clear day.
About a week ago we visited Mt. Rainier National Park in Washington. The snow melt was in full swing and wildflowers were beginning to emerge. Continue reading “Mt. Rainier Snow Melt”
I took this panoramic shot just east of the Appalachian mountains in Albemarle County,Virginia. I happened to be passing by at sunset. Despite the lack of clouds to provide a colorful sky, the valley itself seemed to almost glow in the late evening sun. Like all of the photos on my blog, you can click on the image above to see a larger, more detailed version of it.
A friend and I hiked a 6.6 mile loop in Shenandoah National Park, specifically to get photos of waterfalls. Our hike passed three significant falls but this little cascade at the top of one of them yielded my favorite photo of the day. It isn’t very dramatic and I think that’s what I like about it. The image makes me think of a quiet, little, almost secret spot, you could visit to get away from the world for a little while.