Friday, November 2, 2007

Shenandoah Scenics

This will be my last post until next Thursday or later, as I will be in the field away from Internet access until that time.

Here are two scenic shots from Tuesday's trip to Shenandoah National Park. Drought and insect damage made many of the scenic overlooks less attractive than usual, but the view from Tanner's Ridge Overlook just south of Big Meadows Visitor's Center was superb!
Massanutten Mountain from Tanner's Ridge

View Southwest From Tanner's Ridge Overlook

Both shots were taken with Canon 40D and Canon 28-135EF at ISO 100


Kerri Farley said...

Beautiful shots! We'll miss your pictures while you are gone..... but I'm sure we'll have a treat when you return.
Happy Shooting!

Anonymous said...

These are nice shots. I like the distance in the bottom one. Very nice.

Tom said...

Both are fantastic shots,
Enjoy your trip, and keep safe.
I'm another who will be eager to see what you capture on film (memory card dose not sound the same ha!)

Chad Oneil Myers said...

The second one with the deer is my favorite.

Kekiinani said...

Looks like you can see forever!! The bottom one is my favorite with the distant mountains and the deer?? :) :) Have a great weekend. :)

ASHE said...

I love the blues in the top pic, but the big tree and deer really make the second one.

I know you're gone already, but have fun down there!

DeeMom said...

Lovely pictures, have a good time

Jill said...

Hope you're having a great time! Great mountain views and shots. How do you like the 40D?? Did you upgrade from the 20D?? I'm looking at upgrading mine and would love to have your opinion. thanks1

lv2scpbk said...

Wonderful photos.

Catherine said...

Great shot's!! You have a great blog, great photo's!
I found your link at Ash's eye~you had left a comment!