Shenandoah Landscape

May 15, 2013  •  1 Comment

Shenandoah R. VA Park 0124 Claire and I returned to the Shenandoah River Virginia State Park yesterday. The park has become a new favorite of mine. The river is still brown and high from the recent rains but still scenic. This view is looking to the southwest up river, e.g. river flow is left to right. From here it is 50 miles NE to Harper's Ferry where the Shenandoah converges with the Potomac River. The picture was at 1PM and now I need to return at either sunrise or sunset to capture this scene in golden light. Olympus OMD with [email protected] (bottom cropped), f8, 1/500s, ISO 200.


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Ann Littlefield Coleman(non-registered)
I love these mostly untouched areas as it gives an idea how it was back in our families beginnings across the river in Maryland. Can you image how hard it was to get a wagon through the heavily forested land. They must of had more patience back then. No 70 miles an hour to get to the store for a gallon of milk.
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