Sunday, October 13, 2013

Fall 13

Fall  13

The mountains in Gros Morne are part of the ancient Appalachian Mountain Range that formed between 300 and 500 million years ago.  In that time natural forces have worn down the mountains to the beautiful hills and valleys that we see today. 

This morning you can see images of the mountains taken from different angles.  Shooting away from the sun shows colourful trees growing to the peak of the some mountains along the shores of Bonne Bay.  Shooting into the sun and fog gives a totally different, but equally beautiful, view.  You will also see closer views of some of the colourful trees.

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1 comment:

William F Matthews said...

Great shots, Bruce. Eerie fog! Creepy, too. Lovely fall foliage.

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