Fall Color in the Blue Ridge Mountains
Fall Color in the
Blue Ridge Mountains
The fall color seems to be espcially vibrant this year and we don't want to pass up a chance to share it with you! We took a drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway recently when the colors were at their peak. We both felt like our 'beauty receptors' were in overload!
If you don't know, we live in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. Also known as the Smokey Mountains, the Smokey Mountain National Park is the most visited national park in the country, especially in the fall.
The top photo was taken on the Blue Ridge Parkway, a beautiful two lane highway that is over 400 miles long. It begins in the Shendoah Valley in Virginia and ends in the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina.
The top photograph was taken on the parkway, the golden leaves photo was made across the street from our house and the water reflection was made in one of our favorite places to hike and spend time in nature, the Laurel River.
We hope you enjoy this little peek into where we live!
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