I hope you haven't missed any of my pictures from our Maggie Valley trip so far. In yesterday's post, we started our drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway (between Soco Gap and Mt. Pisgah) in the fog. As the day went on, the fog lifted and we saw some gorgeous Autumn colors along the parkway. Today's set are still in the 'mid-elevation' area --where there were beautiful colors all around us.
I loved seeing this Maple tree showing off its colors against that blue sky.
Here's another beautiful picture of the colors ---with that blue sky in the background. It's hard to believe that it had been rainy and foggy just an hour or so before this picture was taken.
The REDS of Autumn truly take my breath away. Isn't this tree just gorgeous?
As you can tell, there were still lots of clouds up there in the sky that day. BUT--the clouds made for some great shadows on the mountains.
The mountain ranges along the Blue Ridge Parkway in this area just seem to go on forever. And the higher in elevation we went, the more mountain ranges we saw... WOW!!!
I love seeing the peaks of all of the mountains in the distance... AND--with that beautiful color in the foreground, this just made for a great picture, don't you think?
Monday, I'll show you the highest elevation (6053 feet) along the Blue Ridge Parkway. SO--come back for more!!!!
Have a great weekend --and I'll try to catch up with your posts this weekend (although the last bunch of leaves are beckoning for me to rake and blow them OUT of our yard). See you Monday!!!