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Old Nov 26, 2008, 7:33 AM   #11
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A+ images with spectacular Fall colors, Tim! Natural Bridge is a great spot to visit--been there several times (about 2 hours from where I live). I've never been there during the peak Fall colors though! I also like the image of Edge Falls -- the shutter speed captures enough motion, but does not make it look artificial!

Did you do any exploring in the Red River Gorge nearby?
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Old Nov 26, 2008, 8:18 AM   #12
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Great Shots. Very interesting places, i may have to put on my bucket list. As to the Barn. I cannot decide which i like better!

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These are gorgeous, Tim! Both the place and the photos. Only thing missing to make them perfect would be a cow...

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These are beautiful Tim!

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I L-u-u-uvvv Those Tim.

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Thanks for the lovely tour, the waterfall shots are wonderful.
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Thank you all for the kind comments. I don't think there is another place quite as attractive as the Appalachian mountains in TN and KY, we are already trying to plan our next visit, and I highly recommend it if you get a chance to visit and photograph there.

Jelpee, we did drive through Red River Gorge as we were leaving Natural Bridge for Carter's Caves, we had just enough time to make a loop on the main road and get a vague idea how much we were missing.

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Tim..think about a small trip up the Blue Ridge Parkway sometime. The wife and I took a 2 day drive the full length..no camera at the time but gorgeous all the way.

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Very nice colors Tim, up here we only have grey and white, even in color.

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Tim..think about a small trip up the Blue Ridge Parkway sometime. The wife and I took a 2 day drive the full length..no camera at the time but gorgeous all the way.

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I have to agree With You on that Dawg. My best friend lives in NC. On one of our trips Down to visit, we took a one day Trip on the BRP. Just Awesome

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