Blue Ridge Parkway, Looking Glass Falls

 

When I chose a camera for my travels, I bought one with monster zoom capability:  26-676mm.   One of my favorite photo techniques is to find one perspective and capture it at several telescopic ranges.

 

My camera’s destiny was to arrive at The Blue Ridge Parkway in mid-October.

 

Below is Looking Glass Falls glimpsed as a small white dot a mile away and through the telescopic lens.

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11 Responses to Blue Ridge Parkway, Looking Glass Falls

  1. Anne Fox says:

    What a beautiful difference a mile makes. Anne

  2. bbethany7 says:

    Very impressive clarity in these pics.

  3. Michael says:

    and the camera is . . . . . . ?

    and the pros and cons?

  4. Pat Bean says:

    Fantastic Al. I use a Cannon Powershot, which I love, but it only has a 20x zoom. It’s a pocket point and shoot because I always carry my binoculars around my neck for bird watching. I’m dying to see your photos. I’ll probably start posting mine on my blog tomorrow. As you know my blog is days behind me, just as I was a day behind you. Cheers.

  5. Colleen Rae says:

    Wonderful perspectives, Al. As always you enchant us with your photos. I’m not a photographer, but I can certainly appreciate fine shots.

  6. David L says:

    Steady shot. No blur at that magnification – must’ve turned the engine off – the one under the hood or the one under your sternum. Terrific colors, and just starting to come out. You must feel lucky to be in their midst, enjoy the visuals.

  7. Delores says:

    Beautiful photos! Great to meet you today! Thanks for your critique on my work! Love that the first blog post of yours that I decided to read centers on a telescope!

  8. Delores says:

    or rather a telescopic lens!

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