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Wildwood
Last Light
Dusk At Lindy Point
Elkala Falls
Mountain Overlook At Dolly Sods
Winter Red
Lighting The Path
First Light on Shavers Fork
Field of Red
Fall Buggy
Spruce Knob Mist
The Quilting Barn
Sunrise At Bear Rocks
Three Creamery Cans
Morning Mist
Peacock's Splendor
Wildwood

Wildwood

“Enjoy your journey while heading to your destination” proved to be wise advice as we climbed up to the rim of the Eastern Continental Divide. Around 3,000 feet we became mesmerized by the fog, glow of sunlight and never ending wildwoods. The fog became so thick it seemed to drizzle rain as we were within the clouds. Traveling downward was more of a challenge during this night as our flashlights barely made out the path back to civilization. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Last Light

Last Light

Blueberry bushes and cranberry bogs catch the last glimpse of sunlight as it sets over Bear Rocks Nature Preserve in West Virginia. This preserve was once timbered clean and then caught fire which burnt to the bedrock. Only the toughest plants and trees learned to grow here. As they encounter turbulent winds daily spruce trees tend to lean with the wind and grow needles on the side away from the wind streams. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Categories: West Virginia Photography, Dolly Sods Photography, Bear Rocks Photography

Dusk At Lindy Point

Dusk At Lindy Point

Lindy Point overlooks the rugged Blackwater River Canyon. Enthusiasts enjoy waterfalls, hiking and biking trails, and Class IV - VI kayaking for the brave at heart. This shot was captured after a sprint down the hiking path with fading hopes of catching some sunset. Blackwater State Park, West Virginia. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Honors: Tamarack’s Juried Exhibition Emerging Artists

Elkala Falls

Elkala Falls

This is the first of several descending falls down Shays Run along the Elkala Trail in Tucker County, West Virginia. On top of the upper falls you may view the first drop from the bridge which crosses over Elkala. From there downward it gets much more treacherous as Shays Run tumbles three more times over extremely rugged terrain into the Blackwater River Gorge. We recommend this excursion for the most agile footed and experienced hikers. Blackwater Falls State Park, West Virginia. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Mountain Overlook At Dolly Sods

Mountain Overlook at Dolly Sods

Dolly Sods provides one of the most unique views in West Virginia and is the highest plateau of its type east of the Mississippi River with an altitude ranging from around 4,000 feet. Views across the tundra-like windswept open meadows in the northern section of Dolly Sods are reminiscent of Alaskan landscapes. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Winter Red

Winter Red

West Virginia barn. This beautiful old red barn stood out as a beacon of color on a winter white day. We captured this shot roaming the snowy back roads near Parkersburg, West Virginia. We have noticed that the number of old barns is diminishing rapidly. They fall down and are not replaced, or are now being sided with aluminum which doesn’t have the character of wood. Many of the barns we have shot over the years now only exist in our prints or in our memories. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Lighting The Path

Lighting the Path

On this particularly cloudy day, about every 30 minutes, just a bit of sunlight would filter through the canopy of trees at Red Spruce Knob sprinkling the path with gold as we composed our shots and patiently waited for some brief light to appear. The wait was well worth our efforts. West Virginia Scenic Byway, Pocahontas County West Virginia Photography. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Honors: Tamarack's Juried Exhibition Natural Wonders of West Virginia; Juried Allied Artists of West Virginia Annual Show

First Light on Shavers Fork

First Light on Shavers Fork

Shavers Fork of the Cheat River is situated in the mountains of eastern West Virginia. Its upper reaches are the highest river in the eastern United States. Shavers Fork is well known throughout the region for its excellent fishing and beautiful surroundings. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Field of Red

Field of Red

Tundra-like windswept open meadows at Bear Rocks have subalpine heath barrens of blueberry, cranberry, huckleberry, rose azalea, and rosebay rhododendron. Fall weather brightens this regions' glowing red fields of color against formations of white sandstone and quartz. Bear Rocks Preserve, West Virginia. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Honors: Tamarack’s Juried Exhibition Color Wheel; WV Art & Craft Guild’s Juried 10th Annual Show; PAC Annual Regional; Cover WV Medical Journal

Fall Buggy

Fall Buggy

We had to wait quite a while for the Amish church to let out so we could include a buggy in this picturesque fall scene. Each Amish church is defined by an ordnung (set of rules or order), and rotates their service among different homes of their members every other week. Special wagons are used to carry their church benches between these constantly changing locations. Amish Buggy Photo. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Spruce Knob Mist

Spruce Knob Mist

Spruce Knob, West Virginia. At the highest point in West Virginia we often found extreme weather conditions from a pouring rain to a cool misty fog that shrouded the distant mountains from view. Spruce trees here tend to grow towards one side due to the steady wind conditions present at this elevation. Spruce Knob, West Virginia. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Honors: PAC Annual Regional Show

The Quilting Barn

The Quilting Barn

This classic barn, that we captured on a misty morning, has been blended and intertwined with a photograph we took of a beautiful quilt pattern by West Virginia quilter Jane Frenke. This captures the essence of Appalachian craftsmanship and the surrounding environment. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Honors: Tamarack’s Juried Exhibition Our Appalachia

Sunrise At Bear Rocks

Sunrise At Bear Rocks

The Nature Conservancy's Bear Rocks Nature Preserve is a remarkably scenic, windswept summit atop one of West Virginia’s highest mountains. It is perched on a ridge of white sandstone and quartz cliffs and is a rock outcropping on the Allegheny Front with a 2,000 to 3,000-foot drop below that forms the Eastern Continental Divide. Located next the Dolly Sods Wilderness. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Honors: Tamarack’s Annual Open Juried Exhibition The Best of West Virginia

Three Creamery Cans

Three Creamery Cans

We spotted these vintage creamery milk cans sitting on the porch of a weathered stone cottage in southern West Virginia. Our photo exploration of this area found many old, weathered textures with equal charm. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Honors: Tamarack’s Annual Open Juried Exhibition The Best of West Virginia, WV Division of Culture and History: WV 2015 Juried Exhibition, and Carnegie Hall’s Juried Exhibition Season of Colors. Purchased by the WV Culture and History Museum for permanent collection.

Morning Mist

Morning Mist

The early morning mist surrounded this farm in the warm glow of dawn. Harvest had passed, autumn leaves had long since fallen and the ground seemed to soak up these last bits of warmth in readiness of winter. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Peacock's Splendor

Peacock's Splendor

Early one morning, this peacock’s profile was captured as he sat perched on a fence post beside the road. A combination of several images, the peacock glows in this digital painting. View OPTIONS to see framing options and the location of the hidden state.

Honors: Tamarack’s Annual Open Juried Exhibition The Best of West Virginia and Parkersburg Art Center’s Annual Regional Exhibit: E-I-E-I-O Trustees Award

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