Thursday, October 11, 2007

A Monongahela Autumn

Just returned home from a week of photography in the Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia. Although the temperatures were unseasonably warm, I still managed to get some really great images from Dolly Sods, Spruce Knob, Blackwater Falls, the Gandy Creek Watershed, Spruce Knob Lake and many other areas in the northern and central section of the forest. Please enjoy. Joe

Sunset, Spruce Knob

Last light, Spruce Knob

Morning fog, Spruce Knob Lake


Waterfall along Shays Run


Blackwater Canyon Autumn Vista





3 comments:

dza said...

ROSSBACH RULES!!!!!

Mrhendog said...

The shots on your web page are awesome. Don't go commercial! Stay true to the art of photography and yourself. Satisfaction at the end of all things come from staying in tune with the inner self. Peace!

tumbleweed said...

you have some really great photography here! i'm heading to WV this weekend to do some shooting and your images are definitely inspirational... keep up the good work!