One Last Look at Fall – in the Blue Ridge Mountains

This is it, one last look at the Fall. This post includes some scenics from the Blue Ridge Mountains, a cultural shot, and an old abandoned house or two. Hope you enjoy.

Fall from the summit of Table Rock. The Smoky Mountains of Tennessee in the far distance

This one, made along the Blue Ridge Parkway, I call Blue Ridge La Rosa

A foggy morning along the crag known as the Chimney’s

Rappelling on an Outward Bound Course

A myriad of colors splash the forest, Pisgah National Forest

A golden tree on Price Lake, along the Blue Ridge Parkway

St Matthews Church near Todd, NC

A hunter listens to his dogs as they attempt to trap a bear in a nearby tree

A picnic table in a misty forest

Dew Drops

Ridge Burned with Autumn

An abandoned house near Boone

Chimney on an old house

The Front Porch

A couch rest on the front porch of an old country home

Grandma’s Favorite Pattern

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25 thoughts on “One Last Look at Fall – in the Blue Ridge Mountains

  1. Stunning photos. I went to college in the Asheville area in the 80’s, and have been trying to get back there ever since. It’s where my soul resides, I’m convinced.

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