These picture don’t do it any justice. It was truly a sight to behold.
Now that the weather is a lot cooler and much less humid, it’s fun to explore the wetlands again and see what’s going on. I was surprised by how many birds are already there again, building nests and making noise. I’d been itching to get out and have some fun with my camera for a little photo therapy, as I like to call it.
For more pictures of our trip to Grandfather Mountain and the Mile High Swinging Bridge on our summer vacation click here!
All images taken with my Nikon D3200 and Tamron 18-200mm lens on a gorgeous summer day in the High Country of North Carolina.
All photos taken with my Nikon D3200 and Tamron 18 – 200mm lens. Edits done with Snapseed and Phonto.
This past summer we went on vacation in North Carolina for a week. We stayed in a cozy cabin nestled in the woods near the charming town of Blowing Rock. The town is named after one of North Carolina’s oldest tourist attractions – the Blowing Rock.
The girls and I spend a little time there, taking in the spectacular views and posing on the rock.
A lovely place to visit. I’d like to go back in the fall to see the views when the leaves change. I think it would be stunning.
Sometimes a walk on the beach with your teenage daughter is just what you need. The sand between your toes. Seagulls flying overhead. A breeze ruffling through your hair. The steady sound of the waves. Feeding our souls…
A good way to spend an afternoon before the craziness of the new school year starts…