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Farm in valley near Asheville, North Carolina (Buncombe County) with snow falling on nearby Blue Ridge Mountains. Nikon D50Photomatix HDR
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WOW! I love it! excellent mood!
Thank you, jadeast. I will hopefully try to do a painting of this scene soon.
– Jane Best
Gorgeous scenery!! Beautiful work Jane!! :o)
Thank you, blossom. I will try to do a painting of this scene soon.
Wonderful scenery- terrific work Jane!!!
Thank you very much, naturelover. Will try to do a painting of it soon.
Jane,This is a great composition. Hold this spot, it must be georgeous in other seasons…Bob
Yes. It is lovely here in other seasons too. Thanks for your compliment, Bob.
wow this is a beautiful setting,wonderful lighting
Thank you, Gary. It was very cold and very windy too!!!
wonderfully composed image jane!! really great feel too!
Thank you, AngieM. I will go back there and take more photos-but will pick a warmer day. Was very cold and windy that day!
Gorgeous scenery! Love the contrast between that cool mountain ridge and the richer deeper colors of the valley!
Thank you, Joanne. I guess the valley hadn’t lost the Autumn color completely like the mountain range had.
One of my favorite places to paint, Jane you have captured it beautifully on this cold winter day! What another great photo filled with such mood!
Thank you Ckeefer! Thank you too for introducing me to this area and having a plein air session here. Am glad you joined Red Bubble and hope you will post some of your beautiful landscape paintings.
Beautiful image Jane. I always wondered what the Blue Ridge Mountains look like
Thank you, NautilusBlue!!! Hope you will visit the Blue Ridge Mountains some day. There is a lovely and scenic road that goes through them for maybe 350 mi or so called the Blue Ridge Parkway. The road has a speed limit of about 45 mph and no billboards or commercial trucks. It is very popular for tourists and sightseers.PS-I found that I posted this as an add comment rather than reply to sender so sorry it is a little late getting to you.
Excellent shot Jane!
Thank you, David. I really appreciate your comment. It was very cold and windy that day but the light was interesting so a good day for photographing.