It was so windy in Shenandoah National Park during our visit that I didn’t get many fall colour photos there. But we continued on down the Blue Ridge Parkway which runs around 450 miles through the mountains along the Appalachian Trail. This is a waterfall that is not in the National Park, but it was one of the prettiest spots I found along the Parkway.
While not readily apparent when viewing the scene, the leaves next to the fall were slowly moving around in a circle. I made this image using a 15 second exposure to blur the water and the movement of the leaves in the foreground.
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I will have more images from here later this week.