After the rains of last week, which caused some flash floods, today was absolutely beautiful. A view such as this one is not an everyday occurrence here on the East Coast. Often, haze sets in and ruins the vista, but when we get a lot of rain, it gets rid of the haze for a day or so. So when I had the opportunity to take this shot, I did. The ridge in the foreground is part of Humpback Mountain, which is in the George Washington National Forest. What you see in the distance is Mount Torrey Ridge and the Shendandoah Valley. The mountains in the far distance are very close to West Virginia.
I am always inspired by scenes such as these. You have heard me say this before, it is one thing to see photographs of a place, but when you photograph it, it takes on a different perspective. That's what I enjoy about my profession.
Hope you enjoy!
Cheers, Paul P.