November 12, 2017

Autumn Splendor at Zion Church

A week ago the colors of autumn were at the peak, so on Monday I made a few stops to take some pictures when we were driving east of Maurertown.
A Farm on Zion Church Road.
Zion Christian Church Dates to About 1860.
Sign with Massanutten Mountains in the Background.
Massanutten (Zoomed In)

Church Cemetery


The church has lovely views and I'm devoting the rest of this post to them.




13 comments:

  1. Oh - the light! The colours! Just gorgeous!

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  2. ...Linda, what a gorgeous sunlit day you had. Thanks for sharing these fall images. Please stop back again.

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  3. Beautiful! It seems like peak is past now. My mom and I drove through Charlottesville yesterday and it's starting to look mostly brown.

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  4. A fine series documenting the church and its setting.

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  5. oh thank you for these healing photos and thoughts!

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  6. These photos make me realize how much I miss autumn in the East!

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  7. Those colorful hills are wonderful!

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  8. The red barns are vibrant in that light.

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  9. What wonderful colour in your photographs.
    An Autumn delight!

    All the best Jan

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  10. The colors are so pretty in that light!

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