The dense fog accumulated during the night was retreating under the exposure of morning sunlight. When it was just about the disappear completely, the perfect light condition created a special filter that desaturated the warm colors of the trees and gave them a brisk look.
Fog retreated from the forests when exposed to the morning sunlight. It’s like the forests were steaming, which is a perfect example how this park got its name.
A maple tree dyed with vivid red color without any peer in the surroundings is extremely eye-catching in the golden hour.
A single piece of fallen leaf, instead of a whole colorful forest, can also tell the coming of fall.
Blue Ridge Parkway meanders among colorful trees with blue sky above, which has a perfect combination of three primary colors.
The sky broke after a two-day rain storm, and cast bright light to part of a leafy hill, which boosted the vibrant colors and contrast between the foreground and background.
In a so lucky angle, a spare fits in the clearance shaped by nearby trees.
The famous birds-eye view of Linn Cove Viaduct at MP 304 of Blue Ridge Parkway.