Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway is, quite simply, 469 miles of photography opportunities that are arguably more varied than in the marquee national parks. Along the drive you’ll find barns and bridges, caverns and cliffs, daisies and dams, fences and forests, graveyards and gardens, historical sites and horses, markets and mills, mountains and meadows, orchards and overlooks, performers and ponds, rivers and railroads, tunnels and trails, villages and vineyards, waterfalls and wildlife. And more.
Prominent photography opportunities on the Blue Ridge Parkway include: rustic settings, wildlife, landscape, nature, mountains, waterfalls, wildflowers, fall foliage.
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