Looking Down On Harpers Ferry

Looking Down On Harper’s Ferry

Looking Down On Harpers Ferry

Another photo from one of my weekly walks around Harper’s Ferry. It’ seems there’s just no shortage of wonderful views in that town.

In this case I’m on the (steep) path up to Jefferson’s Rock (yes that Jefferson) looking down on the conflu­ence of the Shenan­doah and Potomac rivers with the ruins of St. John’s Epis­copal church in the foreground.

They say that grey, cloudy days are bad for land­scape photog­raphy, but that’s overly simplistic. With the right angle and lighting they can actu­ally be very atmospheric.

You’d be hard pushed to iden­tify this as Spring though wouldn’t you?

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