November 5, 2015

The National Road in Laurel Highlands



We were in the Laurel Highlands on October 25th and autumn color was at its peak. I pulled off on an overlook on U.S. 40, the National Road.  The view was gorgeous and there was even a landscaped veterans' memorial.

I'm sharing this with Good Fences. There are a couple of fences plus a jersey wall in the first photo, and there's a nice stone wall on the overlook.




This overlook is near Laurel Caverns in southwestern Pennsylvania.

I even liked the painted trash barrel!

12 comments:

  1. Wow, the scenery along US40 is something to behold really. Must have been a very enjoyable drive.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Spectacular scenery! You found the foliage at its peak!
    Christineandhercamera.blogspot.com

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  3. Hello Linda!:) Lovely scenery seen from the road, and gorgeous panoramic views.
    Regards.

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  4. Beautiful pictures, beautiful place from the objective of your camera !! That beautiful fall colors !!

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  5. So pretty. Even the trash can!

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  6. Wow, gorgeous images and views. The trees are looking beautiful. The trash can does have a pretty painting. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  7. I lived just a quarter mile from US40 in Ohio, what a story this National Road has! Love your images, I miss the color show now that I'm in Florida. Great fence, roadside!

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  8. wonderful autumn clours and great fences. Have a lovely weekend.

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  9. oh so wonderful Autumn day for you and you I guessing your the darling in jeans and black coat and head band bow. I enjoyed all .

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  10. Wow! Loving the autumn color here.

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