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The Photography of Ken Lane
I went up to the Pounding Mill Overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway early morning of May 24, 2014 in the hopes to catch a meteor. Out of 23 exposures I finally did manage to capture one. It's located in the lower right hand area of this image. — at Pounding Mill Overlook.
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Sunset from atop Hawksbill Mountain in NC.This image is looking up Linville Gorge towards Linville Falls from Hawksbill Mountain in NC. Hawksbill's distinctly shaped peak, along with nearby Table Rock, can be seen along the horizon all over WNC and East TN. They appear in many of my other photos from the area and have been drawing me to them for years now. This was my first trip but it certainly will not be my last. What an absolutely amazing and inspiring place! Likes and shares are much appreciatedThose who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. Isaiah 40:31More of my work and prints at:www.anthony-heflin.artistwebsites.com
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Solitary Traveler Photography
Feel free to share!Late afternoon light beaming down from Waterrock Knob.© 2014 Robert Stephens, All Rights Reserved. See more at Solitary Traveler Photography
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So we camped out in the open air under the stars last night at Julian Price Lake Campground so that we may see the "supposed" Meteor Storm of our lifetime. As we didn't see very many, we did see a few really good ones. Just being outdoors was a treat on its own. Here is an Iridium flare I was able to capture. Feel free to share.
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Jason Penland Photography
Roan Mountain, NC and TN border!
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Trish Renee Photography
One of my favorite places, Linville Falls. The falls were used by local Native Americans to execute prisoners. No one is known to have survived a fall over the final plunge, except for kayaker Pat Keller in 2010.
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Jeff Burcher Photography
Lower Glade Creek Falls.One of the more picturesque settings I've ever seen for s gorgeous waterfall and swimming hole is Lower Glade Creek Falls in the New River Gorge of West Virginia. This is one the many waterfalls my friends and I took in a few weeks back while visiting the region. This waterfall is on the Glade Creek trail on Glade Creek Rd. not far from the small town of Prince. If you're ever in the area and have a little time to kill, make sure you go see this one.....you won't be disappointed.
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May 27, 2014 - With the new growth of Spring the higher elevations of West Virginia are still speckled with pastels. Its Evident in this stand of new ferns that carpet the forest floor of Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
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Thomas R. Fletcher
"Paradise Sunrise"Just another morning sky as seen in "Almost Heaven" West Virginia...
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Manfred Vision's Photography
Castlewood, Virginia (Russell County).
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!
So which one's your favorite of the week?