Thursday, December 18, 2014

Shenandoah

These Are some photographs of our trip to Shenandoah National Park. The trip was in the first week of October. The park is incredible, one could find beauty everywhere. I hope to return there. Winter well Shenandoah.




















21 comments:

  1. Breathtaking views of the scenery and stunning colors on the Brook trout!!

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    1. TROUTI,
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      Both were indeed awesome.

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  2. Beautiful place for sure...it's on my bucket list of places to see.

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    1. HighPlainsFlyFisher,
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      Jeff you could hike and fish for days.

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  3. Oh what I wouldn't give to visit. I'm once again amazed at how many beautiful places there are in our country.

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    1. Howard Levett,
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      So true Howard. Wish we had the time and resources to visit them.

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    1. TexWisGirl,
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      Teresa, Shenandoah is a chunk of true wilderness so close.

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  5. Beautiful. That last picture is my favorite with all of the mountain peaks showing with different lighting.

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    1. Justin Carfagnini,
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      Justin it was so beautiful I could not stop taking pictures.

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  6. Certainly, sweet on the eyes is that country. Those Brookies are simply stunning in color. Love the header picture you have up for this post.

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    1. Mel,
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      Mel, those brook trout were in spawning fatigues. The orange/red colors were like nothing I've ever seen.

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  7. We have so many beautiful parks. Just wish we had the time to see them all. Thanks to all those out there in blogdom, we can see a little bit of a lot of them.

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    1. Mark Kautz,
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      Very true Mark. I have a bunch of them written down on a card that I hope to visit.

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  8. Such incredible beauty. Hope to visit some day.

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    1. Atlas,
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      I wish I had a few weeks to really get to know it.

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  9. The next time you visit come to White Oak canyon its an easy trail from the bottom up & the fishing & the water falls are great

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    1. Dennis Horn,
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      I will have to remember that.....I'll be back for sure.

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    1. Jim Yaussy Albright,
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      I appreciate your comment.

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  11. Wow, a stunning place. You captured it well. Great job!

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