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Tanawha Trail - Rough Ridge Autumn Foliage Nc
Photo By Dave Allen

  • Title: Tanawha Trail - Rough Ridge Autumn Foliage Nc
  • State/Province/Region: North Carolina
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Grandfather Mountain
  • Nearest Town: Boone, NC
  • Brief Directions: Near Grandfather Mountain along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Western North Carolina.
  • Description: Foot bridge on the Tanawha Trail heading up Rough Ridge near Grandfather Mountain in the fog during the fall foliage. Rough Ridge is one of my favorite spots along the Blue Ridge Parkway, offering a great hike up the side of Grandfather Mountain with stunning views of the Linn Cove Viaduct and surrounding area. This area during autumn is truly Western North Carolina at its best in my opinion.
  • Gear: Nikon D700 w/ 17-35mm 2.8
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  • Re: River Of Fog

    Re: River Of Fog

    Posted on Sunday 17 August, 2014 by Deborah Freeman.

    This is a wonderful image. from your notes it moved you and I can understand why.

  • Re: Daisy Droops

    Re: Daisy Droops

    Posted on Saturday 16 August, 2014 by Dan Abbett.

    Very nice.

  • Re: Point Lobos

    Re: Point Lobos

    Posted on Friday 15 August, 2014 by Seung Won Jung.

    Photo or Art?..I am confused,

  • Re: Flowers And Rock

    Re: Flowers And Rock

    Posted on Sunday 10 August, 2014 by David Spaulding.

    Thank you Seung Won I appreciate the comment. This is one of my favorite places to hike.

  • Re: River Of Fog

    Re: River Of Fog

    Posted on Saturday 9 August, 2014 by Kevin Russell.

    Thank you very much David, I feel blessed to have seen this, let alone capture it too.