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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Dave Allen Photography
Sunset over Lake Jocassee in all it's autumn beauty!Jocassee Gold - © 2015 Dave Allen Photography, All Rights Reserved
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Images by Leiane Gibson
Sunset at Sandstone Falls, the largest waterfall on the New River, located in Summers County, West Virginiawww.imagesbyleianegibson.smugmug.com
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Phil Varney Photography
Shining Rock Wilderness, Pisgah National Forest, NCThere shouldn't be any ambiguity as to how 'Shining Rock' acquired it's peculiar name! When you're standing miles and miles away from this (huge) solid quartz outcropping, you can clearly see sunlight reflecting off the white faces. It's not exactly easy to get to, requiring 4 - 5 miles of undulating trail from Black Balsam Knob, or more miles with significant elevation gain from lower-elevation trail-heads on either side of the ridge.
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Peaks View Photography
Cool colors - A stunning sunrise at Abbott Lake in Bedford, Virginia. Between Thanksgiving and my kids activities I haven't had much time to get out with a camera. I had a small window Saturday morning before soccer practice, so I was at the Peaks by 5, and was treated to some beautiful scenery first with the full moon and later with a rising sun.https://www.facebook.com/peaksviewphotography/
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Bob Stough Photography
Sunfire on the River KnobsAn autumnal encore looking down into the Potomac River valley from the crest of North Fork Mountain in the West Virginia Highlands. Please share if you like it and give a like to my FB photo page. https://www.facebook.com/bobstoughphotography/
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Ive been wanting a night shot off the Arcadia bridge for sometime now and finally got my image from there.... What a beautiful spot above the James River Botetourt county Virginia....That sky was just amazing, so clear and crisp.....
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Jeff Burcher Photography
Beauty Mountain Revisited.The tail end of an eye popping sunset captured a month ago while visiting the New River Gorge down in "Almost Heaven" West Virginia. Feel free to share and if the mood hits, give my page a "Like" as well. Thanks for looking!
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Hikers enjoying the amazing views from Rough Ridge on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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~Morning Color at Oconaluftee~The mixed hues of a brisk autumn sunrise from one the more popular overlooks at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Thank you for Looking.
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For years now I'd been wanting to see Kentucky's Cumberland Falls with a low flow, I've been to the falls 10 or so times in the last 5 years but every time was during a rain event when the other falls in the area had the perfect conditions and "The Big Falls" as I call it, was a big blobby mess. This year, I decided that I was going to travel to the area with different intentions in mind: view Cumberland Falls during a dry spell and peak fall foliage and not worry about anything else. To my amazement, not only did it work out, but it worked out better than I could have ever hoped. This view is from the Eagle Falls trail, what I consider one of Kentucky's prettiest hikes. Nicknamed "The Niagara Of The South" it's the highest volumed waterfall in the eastern United States south of the Niagara Falls, at 68 ft. high and 125 ft. wide you can see why. The falls also boasts one of only two predictable moonbow events in the world, where on a clear night during a full moon and the two days prior and two days afterwards, the light of the moon passes through the mist which creates an arch of white light. I tried shooting the moonbow too, a week later, and I'll just say I'm not going to post those photos. I've still got to work on that technique.Prints are available for this image and most others! Please, feel free to look around on my Facebook page or visit my website www.fultzfotos.com for a great holiday gift for that loved one in your life! If interested don't hesitate to contact me at my email address, firstname.lastname@example.org or Facemail me through my photography page. Pricing is as follows...8 X 10's - $10 each11 x 14's - $25 each16 x 20's - $40 each30 X 24's - $70 each+ $5 shipping and handling for each order. Each print will be hand signed and I use a local printer whom I've trusted with my work for years.© 2015 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.
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?
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