November 4, 2013

Autumn at Our Lake

The lake is not really "ours," it belongs to the community. But we feast our eyes on it so much we tend to think of it as "our lake."

In the distance we see our mountains — I mean the Massanutten Mountains. They are mostly part of George Washington National Forest, so if you come to Virginia you can hike on the mountain trails.


12 comments:

  1. sure is pretty. you can claim it if you want. :)

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  2. Still waiting for autumn to arrive here, but I sure do enjoy seeing your photos of fall.

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  3. I don't see anyone else claiming it - so therefore it MUST be yours!! Great pics!!

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  4. I can see why you would claim this spot, it is beautiful. I really like the second photo.

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  5. I would call the lake (and mountains) my own too if I lived there. Pretty shots!

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  6. How lovely to have your own lake. It would be great to have one this close to home. Wonderful photos!

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  7. I can see why you like to visit the lake so often. The sight is truly breathtaking.

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  8. Great blog I'll return and would join but there is no followers button.
    Thanks for visiting my blog

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  9. Belas fotografias...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  10. How beautiful is that. Lovely images.

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  11. Thanks for the comments. Glad you enjoy my view!

    Bill Nicholls, there should be a Join button on the left side, but if it's not showing, there's an email link on the bottom of the page.

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