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!
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Reflection in a Pool
The Dolly Sods Vast ExpanseBoulders extend for miles along the rim of the mountain in patterns that are reminiscent of the push and pull of the ocean tide, as if time itself were frozen with Earth caught in the act of upending those giant wind carven slabs into the colorful deciduous shoreline where it meets the distant blue ocean of Mount Storm, a fiery skyline on the horizon to mark the primordial event. Bear Rocks Preserve, Dolly Sods Wilderness Area, Tucker County, West Virginia.http://www.reflectioninapool.com/ — at Dolly Sods Wilderness Area.
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Taken in Bath County, Virginia. The View is of Bath County Pumped Storage Station and ReservoirTaken by M&C Photo's
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Images by Leiane Gibson
Sunset in Bluefield, West Virginiawww.imagesbyleianegibson.smugmug.com — at East River Mountain Overlook.
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Sunset at Lindy Point in Blackwater Falls State Park, WV.
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The Road to Nowhere in the Smoky Mountains.
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Pilot Mountain State Park
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Mile High Bridge on Grandfather Mountain Saturday.
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Sao Carrapichano Tavares
The Magical Forest...The Peaks of Otter, Blue Ridge Parkway, Va
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Fern Bridge in Kentucky's Carter Caves State Park is a massive and impressive natural formation. Stretching 110 ft., it has 5th largest span in the eastern US and 2nd largest in Kentucky, I seriously think it's one of the hardest arches in the state to shoot and mainly because of the hard contrast between the cliff wall behind the arch and the bright light in the gully out front. Check out my good friend Bryan Janosick at the base if you want to get an idea of scale!Thinking about a print? Feel free to look around on my Facebook page or visit www.fultzfotos.com. If interested don't hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Facemail me through my photography page.Want to learn more about Kentucky waterfalls? Go to www.kywaterfalls.com and check it out!© 2016 William H Fultz II. All Rights Reserved. Thank you for stopping by and having a look! Sharing is both appreciated and encouraged. Please do not download or use this image for personal use in any way with out the permission of William H Fultz II.— with Bryan Janosick.
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B & D Photography
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?
Sao Carrapichano Tavares
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