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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 - Distant Sunset Views - Hiking - Rose River Falls Trail - Still on the Rose River Falls Trail - More Waterfall Wonders along the Rose River Falls Trail
There's no denying it, the colors are coming. Showing up in high elevations first, slowly to fill the mountain sides and spill down to the valleys. I've always found the colors of the fall a great combination with waterfalls. That pure white of the water surrounded with such a colorful palette just draws me in to stare, to enjoy, and to photograph.
Since the colors did not burst yet in the Buffalo, NY area I am taking you a few years back in today's post. We're heading on a truly beautiful hike in the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia that will take us along two humming creeks with many small and larger cascades and waterfalls. Enjoy the hike!
Swirl under the Fall, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia in the Fall
Rushing Down the RocksShenandoah National Park
Rushing Down the Rocks, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia in the Fall
Enjoy the beauty that surrounds you! (#etbtsy)
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