Thanks to guest host Frederic Bever, I got the explanation/answer to this week’s challenge of Dialogue. To join go here.
My family and I spent overnight at Shenandoah National Park. The day before, we toured Monticello and the next day the Luray Caves so it made sense for us to spend the night at the Skyland Resort inside the national park.
Though the lodges inside the national parks are in stages of disrepair, believe me (they need to be updated big time), they are convenient if you want to enjoy beauty of the park. You are there at the end of the day and early morning. No need to dress up to drive there or leave the park during daylight as the roads could be dark if you stay to watch the sunset.
Shenandoah is highly elevated and one can enjoy the view of the valley below. I enjoy looking at the silhouette of the other mountains and we had a magnificent view of the sunset.
Here’s the progression of my sunset photos as I play with the aperture of my camera:
365 Project: Day 227