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The last few rays of the setting sun seemed to give these trees and mountains an almost magical golden red glow.THis photo was taken near Morganton, North Carolina with the Blue Ridge Mountains in the background.
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This is beautiful Jane, N C has so many different faces!
Thank you, Jadeast. The mountains visible in this photo overlook Linville Gorge Wilderness. YEs-NC has MANY different faces.
– Jane Best
What a fantastic view and capture Jane..Chuck..
Thank you. I really enjoy seeing how the setting sun affects the landscape. Is like magic to me.
I’ve been meaning to hike the gorge sometime Thank you for reminding me.
It’s fun going down-but straight UP hill climbing out.
Been there done that many places, but not at Linvile Gorge!
you capture the lifestyle there marvoulously
Thank you, Gary. The closest mountain is called Shortoff. The entire side of it fell off in the early 1900s.
Thank you, Gary. The closest mountain in this scene is called Shortoff. The entire side of this mountain fell off in the early 1900s.
Thank you, Gary. The closest mountain in this scene is called Shortoff. The entire side of it fell off in the early 1900s-big rockslide.
Stunning capture of ight on the mountains and the trees. Love your composition on this one!
What a gorgeous shot Jane.
Thank you, Al. The light of the setting sun really made it come alive, I think.
Thank you, Antanas. The sunlight is already gone from foreground pasture and the lower parts of the trees but still hitting the higher branches and mountains. I should have gotten here a few minutes earlier. Will try to go back again in a few weeks and get there a littlle earlier.