Fall in Shenandoah

Fall color in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. I had never been back on the east coast during the fall, so this year we went to Virginia and saw some wonderful fall foliage in Shenandoah National Park. This is late afternoon in the forest toward the south just a few short steps off Skyline Drive.

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  • Jonathan 5y

    This is really beautiful!
  • Pirotase 5y

    i love National Parks of USA, they are gorgeous
  • Mark 5y

    You picked a tough year for colors here on the east coast but I'm glad that you enjoyed the visit. Shenandoah is a beautiful spot for sure!
  • Elena Omelchenko 4y

    Beautiful!
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