North Carolina Fall 2014

I wasn’t able to get out much this fall for various reasons, but I certainly had a fortuitous moment while driving through Ashe County, North Carolina on a rainy fall day. I caught peak at Price Lake, and bit of the early fall in The Chimneys area of the Linville Gorge in the Pisgah National Forest. Feel free to link your fall shots in the comment section below, I’d like to see what you got this fall, or spring, wherever in the world you are.

Ashe County, North Carolina

The Chimneys, Linville Gorge, Pisgah National Forest

Sunrise from The Chimneys

The full moon sets over the Linville Gorge

Fall Reflections, Price Lake, Blue Ridge Parkway

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12 thoughts on “North Carolina Fall 2014

  1. Love the colour. Your ‘Fall’ tree colour certainly has some amazing hues.

    Since you asked, there’s an ‘Autumn’ post on my NEW Nature Blog at http://vickialfordnatureblog.wordpress.com/2014/05/19/autumn-in-the-dandenong-ranges/.

    There’s many more Autumn posts on my OLD PhotoBlog at victoriaaphotography.wordpress.com by typing the word ‘Autumn’ in the ‘search’ box. Autumn post examples at http://victoriaaphotography.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/autumn-treasury-gardens-melbourne/ AND http://victoriaaphotography.wordpress.com/2013/05/09/on-the-street-where-i-used-to-live/

    Now our (current) Spring here in Melbourne, Australia, is off to a slow start for me as I haven’t been able to get out walking very much. Also we’ve had some incredible storms that have restricted photography excursions, especially as I don’t have a car and rely on public transport in the inner city.

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