Photo Challenge – Lens-Artists: A Change in Scenery

Beth of Wandering Dawgs is our guest host this week and her prompt is A Change in Scenery. It’s a timely prompt since the majority of us are now emerging from some sort of a Covid lockdown.

Other than visiting family, we haven’t been anywhere since lockdown started so I pulled these photos out from October 2019. These were a change of scenery for us since I usually post beach pictures.

We decided to drive up to the North Carolina mountains to see the leaves change color and we timed it exactly right. It was absolutely beautiful. We got on the Blue Ridge Parkway and just drove with no timeline or plans. Each turn and curve in the road brought more color and ooh’s and aaw’s – just like the July 4th fireworks!

You can see responses from other bloggers here: https://wanderingdawgs.com/2021/03/20/lens-artists-photo-challenge-140-a-change-of-scenery/

10 thoughts on “Photo Challenge – Lens-Artists: A Change in Scenery

    • Thanks Tina! It was gorgeous. I’m getting pretty good taking photos in a moving vehicle! Seriously, there wasn’t much traffic so we were able to drive slowly to get the shot.

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      • I definitely had a mountain view in California. In Prescott I have pine trees, tons of pine trees. We are in the mountains. the rocks here are so unique and within minutes (like 5 or 6 minutes) you are through town and into a National Forest. there are four of five man-made lakes within four miles in any direction. We don’t wake up to it, but it’s lovely.

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