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Falling Spring near Covington, Va
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Kevin Senter, the Traveling Photographer
View from Waterrock Knob© 2014 Kevin Senter, All Rights Reserved
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Dave Allen Photography
Sunset near Craggy Gardens during the spring rhododendron bloomAppalachian Allure - © 2014 Dave Allen Photography, All Rights Reserved. More at my page: http://www.facebook.com/daveallenphotography
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Cowee Sunset on the Blue Ridge Parkway!
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Rain drops fall softly on the Gladiolus in Hendersonville, NC.
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Brian K. Simpson, BK Photography
Blackwater Falls State Park - Davis, West Virginiaby~ Brian K. Simpson - BK Photography
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Field Of Dreams - © 2014 Justin Askew Photography, All Rights Reserved.
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Jeff Burcher Photography
Wisemans View.....One More Time.While visiting the North Carolina mountains a few weeks ago, I made a concentrated effort to catch a spectacular morning sky at Wisemans View, which overlooks the wild and rugged Linville Gorge Wilderness. My efforts were unfortunately in vain, as I had identical cloudless conditions all three mornings I went there. So I set up on a different cliff face than the one I was on a couple days earlier and caught the sun just as it was cresting the summit of Hawksbill Mountain. If you like this image then feel free to share and if you wish, give my photography page a "Like". Thanks again for taking a look!
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Phyllis Peterson Photography
Julian Price Lake, North Carolina - June 2014Phyllis Peterson PhotographyVisit my facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/PDPetersonPhoto
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Thomas R. Fletcher Photography
"Rosebay Willowherb"This flower spike immediately caught my attention because it appeared to be growing from a Mountain Laurel (and Mountain Laurel doesn't have showy spikes of flowers). I like the more poetic-sounding name of the plant, Rosebay Willowherb (Epilobium augustifolium) as opposed to the prosaic, common name "Fireweed."Bringing beauty from ashes, Fireweed is often the first plant to colonize a burned over or clear-cut area. The plant is edible. Native Americans have long known the value of this plant as food and medicine. A wonderful anti-inflammatory tea can be made from the leaves or the leaves may be eaten in salads. The plant is high in Beta-carotene and Vitamin C.
Time for this week's Favorite Facebook photos! You may see a few of these throughout the week, but be sure to check back every Friday to see if there were any you may have missed. Feel free to post photos to our wall – even if we can't share them on our page, we may be able to showcase them here on our website! And of course, keep up with our Facebook page here!
In case you'd like to check out other shots by a few of these professional photographers, we've listed their Facebook pages below. Click the links and be sure to give them a "Like" to see all the gorgeous images they show off!
Which one's your favorite this week?