On September 17th, I went out to Big Meadows in Shenandoah National Park, VA. I was with Chris Kayler and Kari Post. We went up there hoping to photograph White-Tailed Deer. Bucks, in particular. Unfortunately, there were no bucks to be found. We came close to successfully photographing two different Black Bears, but it just didn’t work out. Bummer.
Anyhow, we stuck around Big Meadows waiting for the sunset and hoping on the off-chance of a Buck or two coming out to join us. One of those things happened and the other didn’t. I’m sure you can figure that one out.
Here are two shots I made of stacked ridges at sunset. In a way, its a very typical scene throughout all of Appalachia, but I found the skies to be exceptionally red, so I’m quite happy with these.