July 3, 2014

Taking in the View

people at overlook

A visit to Shenandoah River State Park isn't complete without a stop at Cullers Overlook. One of these tourists was kind enough to offer to take our picture — much better than a selfie!


Even though I've posted photos of this view many times before, I'm including it for those who didn't see those posts.  (See the view in the winter!) This fine scenery is between Front Royal and Luray.

South Fork, Shenandoah River
Linking to: Good Fences

11 comments:

  1. Great photos! Isn't our country beautiful. Happy 4th of July!

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  2. it's beautiful! thanks for sharing it, linda!

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  3. Nice views! It's always nice when a stranger offers to take a photo isn't it?

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  4. Wonderful views, I can see why you wouldn't want to miss this spot. And a proper photo is more relaxing than a selfie isn't it? And I find it avoids double chins! Thanks for joining the Up Down Challenge.

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  5. Lovely view of the river, it is a beautiful place.. Love the shot of you and your hubby. Have a happy 4th of July weekend!

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  6. So beautiful there! I hope you have a nice weekend!

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  7. Hi There, Just stopping by to say "Happy 4th of July".... Hope you have an incredible weekend whether you are traveling, with family or friends --or like us, just enjoying being home! We hope to grill a couple of steaks tomorrow. Our weather here is awesome right now...God Bless American --and God Bless YOU.

    We are putting that state park on our 'wish' list... Looks like a fabulous overlook. Great photos, Linda.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  8. Hello Linda, beautiful views, yes tourists are always handy because they too want some shots together. Regarding hoyas, the breeder of hoya is in Idaho, there are only less than a handful who does so because it is difficult.

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  9. The view from this overlook is spectacular. We're going to have to visit the next time we're in the area.

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