On Monday, October 17th I headed out for my second photo trip of 2016 to the Blue Ridge Parkway area with my friend and fellow participant in the Delray Center For The Arts Master Photography Program, Marvin Basil. We flew to Atlanta and drove to our AirBnB, the Pisgah Bike House in Brevard, NC.
After unloading our luggage we went into Brevard for dinner and settled on a Mexican restaurant called the Plaza Garibaldi.
After dinner we went to Looking Glass Falls. The light was very uneven and I discovered a left my grad ND filter home.
On Tuesday, after eating breakfast in the Brevard Sunshine Cafe (we ate there every morning) we headed out for some waterfall shooting at Hooker Falls in Pisgah National Forest and went on to meet our mutual friend and classmate Cynthia Brown who has a beautiful snowbird home in Cashiers. We did some local shooting and went to a barbecue place for lunch.
On Wednesday we got onto the Blue Ridge Parkway and headed up to the Linn Cove Viaduct. The viaduct was the last section of the parkway to be completed in the 1970s' On the way up we stopped for lunch at the Mount Mitchell Rest Stop. After shooting the Linn Cove Viaduct we we headed back via Asheville and Hendersonville.
On Thursday we went back to the Pisgah Forest and shot some waterfalls and a covered bridge.
Friday, on the way back to the Atlanta Airport for the flight home, we headed out to Old Car City in White, GA and stopped along the way at Tallulah Gorge State Park.