Sunday, October 17, 2010
Fall on Beech Mountain, N.C.
Our Sunday Drive for you...
Beautiful yellow flowers crammed
together outside of a local mercantile on
top of Beech Mountain, N.C; the highest
town in the eastern United States,
with an elevation of 5,506 feet.
Leaves floating on a clear pond
with a reflection...
Sunlight through the leaves way up
on the top of Beech Mountain! This was
in the smallest park I've ever been in
(donated to the village by a husband
and a wife noted on a small plaque.)
There was a mossy small knoll at this
tiny park's highest peak with a sheer
drop off all around.
The view of some of Beech
Mountain's best livin'. This is also a
winter resort town with great very
Come on along!
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This artwork is my mother's. It touches my heart. (So gentle.) A thoughtful depiction of something sweet, tiny, and cute. 'Wa...
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Are these shots from your new camera, lg? They are all lovely. I like coming along on your Sunday drives. :)ReplyDelete
The floating leaves and that amazing reflection - what an absolutely stunning shot, lg! That's one that should be framed - it already looks like a painting!ReplyDelete
Hey Lynn! Yes~they are with my new camera! I also had to change out my hard drive to accommodate it so...it was a process...I'm sure glad you are enjoying 'our' drives, Lynn!ReplyDelete
Talon, Did you click on the picture of the leaves floating on the H20 to enlarge? It looks so much better larger! It was such a beautiful day and a terrific location for photos; such color abounding all over! I was a little disappointed, actually, that the pics cannot show the magnitude of the beauty.ReplyDelete