Lichen covered trees at a Blue Ridge Parkway Overlook
A mixed scene of fall color, tenacious green, lichen-covered dead trees with their branches reaching out as if to grab you, with a background of mountains kised by the sun and darkened by the shadows of the ominous clouds above was what greeted us on our day trip drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is the most visited National Park, with a roadway of 469 miles stretching from Rockfish Gap in Virginia, to Cherokee, North Carolina, with spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and a vast number of hiking trails and quaint towns all along the drive.
November 19th, 2020
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