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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