A bridge connects sections of the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina
A rock formation in stark contrast to the clouds and mountains on Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina
The Linn Cove Viaduct protrudes around the bend on the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina
Quite similar to the ridges on the Blue Ridge Parkway, views from Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park are spectacular, even on a cloudy day
Linn Cove Viaduct – this 1243-foot concrete segmental bridge on the Blue Ridge Parkway snakes around the slopes of Grandfather Mountain in North Carolina. It was completed in 1987 at a cost of $10 million and was the last section of the Blue Ridge Parkway to be finished.
After a good rain, the view of skinny Glassmine Falls on Blue Ridge Parkway cascading down a cliff across the valley is very dramatic. During drier weather, the waterfall reduces to a trickle. While the sign at the overlook claims it is 800 feet tall, you are probably looking at a 200 foot drop.
An opening behind the clouds illuminates the green mountains off Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina