Hi. Hope you are having a blessed day in the Lord.
This will be the last in my series of articles concerning the beauty of the Lord’s Creation as seen in the colorful Fall Foliage.
1. Pictures I’ve taken of the beautiful Fall foliage
2. Some pictures from the Fall issues of Vermont Life magazine, which I subscribed to for many years
My Fall Pictures
The following pictures were taken on 10-15-2008 while hiking in Grayson Highlands State Park, located in southwest Virginia’s “Highlands”.
This scenic area contains the two of the highest mountains in the state: Mt. Rogers, highest, at 5,729 ft., and Whitetop Mountain, third highest, at 5,520 ft..
It was an up-and-back hike over the rocky heights of Wilburn Ridge (5,526 ft.). The ridgeline contains three rocky “peaks” and is open, offering panoramic views.
This is the second of two articles where I’ll share pictures taken on this “photo-perfect” day in the Lord’s beautiful Creation.
The pictures take off where the first article ended – about to ascend Wilburn Ridge.
This area continues to be one of my favorites along the 1,085 miles of the AT I’ve been blessed to hike thus far.
Vermont Life Magazine – Fall Issues
Here are some pictures of the front pages from several issues.
(Reminder: The quality is not the greatest with some due to these being copied from the magazine, which is becoming somewhat faded due to age.)
Hoping you’ve enjoyed this annual series of articles on the beauty of God’s Creation in His Fall Foliage.
Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created.
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Great shots Ken. Several years ago Kathy & I hiked Grayson & petted the ‘wild’ ponies. They were so wild that they practically opened our backpacks looking for goodies. Ha.
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Thank you Jerry, God Bless to you both!!
Absolutely beautiful pictures which remind us of our loving Creator! It was so good to see you tonight