Previously from Shenandoah: Trouble with Color - The Details or the Wide and Grand? - The Skyline Drive View in Autumn - The Lonely Tree - Dark Hollow Falls - Cozy at Shenandoah - Skyline Drive of Shenandoah - Shenandoah Sunset - Different Look of Shenandoah at Big Meadow - Shenandoah is Waking Up - On Skyline Drive - Colorful Flashback - Luray Caverns - Luray Valley Museum - Fox Hollow Trail - The Treasures of Shenandoah - Shenandoah: Distant Sunset Views
It's below freezing outside, not by much, but it is. Winter has finally returned to Western New York and yes, I headed out to enjoy the whiteness. But no, I am not sharing that in today's post. Instead, I am sharing some wonderful warm colors of a sunset over Shenandoah Valley. If you have followed my blog for a while, today's post also closes the book on the 2013 series from Shenandoah. Nothing like starting a new year by finishing something started a while back. If you have not been following my blog and would like to catch up on the previous posts, click along the links above and enjoy!
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Enjoy the beauty that surrounds you! (#etbtsy)
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