Sunday, October 19, 2014

 The beautiful fall explosion of color in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

We took a drive roughly 30 miles along Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park today. The difference from just two weeks ago is unreal in terms of the color. This is my favorite time of year here, but truthfully, the mountains make it pretty all year long.

Shenandoah River serpentines through the valley.

Texture on the ground...liked the mix of green grass, pine needles, and multiple leaf colors. 


  1. I saw your blog address on 30 Days of Thankful group page and wanted to visit. I was thrilled to see the photos of autumn colors in the mountains. I also live in Va in the eastern region. Our leaves have just started. See you in the group!

    1. Thank you for visiting Sherri. See you as well.