A closer view of one tree with Fall highlights on the North Carolina mountains
Fall adds highlights to the trees on the mountains of North Carolina
The barren apple trees stand in stark contrast to the Fall colors on the mountains of Virginia
A bench to rest and view the mountains of North Carolina
The Fall colors have peaked in some trees in the high mountains of North Carolina
Even a dead tree adds a compositional element to the clouds and mountain ranges in North Carolina
Traveling a road through the mountains of North Carolina in Fall
Fall colors in the foreground accentuate the mountain ridges of North Carolina
A tree provides a natural frame to Fall colors in the mountains of North Carolina
It almost seems like the mountains of North Carolina are reaching up to touch the clouds
Fall colors in the mountains of North Carolina
Climbing the mountains to view Fall colors in North Carolina
The clouds cast dark shadows on the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina
Clouds with blue sky, endless mountain ranges and greenery at Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina
Tarn Hows is one of the many gems in the English Lake District. There are a lot of ‘tarns’ and ‘hows’ in that part of the world: tjörn is an Old Norse word meaning ‘small mountain lake’ and haugr is from the Old Norse for hill or mound.
While this image can’t capture the three dimensional landscape well, the golf green below is about 75 feet lower than the tee box. The view of the mountains, sky, clouds, and greenery is spectacular.
Mt. Fuji in Japan is not covered with snow in summer but is still impressive as a mountain. Circa 1985.
The splendor of Teton Mountain Ranges circa 1985
Sunset Hills Vineyard offers spectacular mountain views, pastoral old-world style farm grounds, and a stunning Amish restored historic barn located in Loudoun County, Virginia.
Will be posting this week some sunset views from this location ….
A panorama of mountain ridges and dramatic clouds viewed from Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia