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Some more artistic work done here to express fall mood, combining darkness, light and autumnal colors. Hope you like it! Have a great weekend all!

Morning III by indojo

Morning III by indojo

Light and Shadow Trees by HaleyGottardo on DeviantArt

Taken at Ionia State Recreation Area in Michigan. (Lower Peninsula) Light and Shadow Trees

mystic forest by isischneider

Tree Silhouettes by isischneider on deviantART

Cave of The Mounds 6 by HaleyGottardo on DeviantArt

Located in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin Cave of The Mounds 6

Cave of The Mounds 3 by HaleyGottardo on DeviantArt

Located in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin Cave of The Mounds 3

1920x1033 autumn hd wallpaper for desktop

1920x1033 autumn hd wallpaper for desktop

Cave of The Mounds 5 by HaleyGottardo on DeviantArt

Located in Blue Mounds, Wisconsin Cave of The Mounds 5

Sod house= hobbit hole

Vikings-Housing, Food and Drink, Weaponry

(this is a viking longhouse. many a scandinavian called it home.also the celts let foliage grow on their homes as well) ill be building one myself and will definitely enjoy it.

golden mist - Google Search

golden mist - Google Search

Another of the myriad of ridge and gap trails from North Mills River to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Bad Fork Trail follows its namesake creek from Forest Road 5000 to Bent Creek Gap at mile 400 on the Parkway. This is a four mile round trip that can be extended by continuing on the Mountains to Sea Trail on the north side of the Parkway. Only moderately steep, this is a nice leg stretcher that doesn’t take very long to complete. Look for laurel blossoms in the spring and views in winter.

Another of the myriad of ridge and gap trails from North Mills River to the Blue Ridge Parkway. Bad Fork Trail follows its namesake creek from Forest Road 5000 to Bent Creek Gap at mile 400 on the Parkway. This is a four mile round trip that can be extended by continuing on the Mountains to Sea Trail on the north side of the Parkway. Only moderately steep, this is a nice leg stretcher that doesn’t take very long to complete. Look for laurel blossoms in the spring and views in winter.

Older than the trees, younger than the mountains Blowing like a breeze.

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