I was stopped just below 3000 feet elevation along Highway 58 headed “up the mountain” (as it’s called around here when one goes into the Blue Ridge Mountains) at a popular location called Lover’s Leap. An old indian legend gave the spot its name. Anyway…I spotted the red-roofed farm way below, and I positioned myself so it could be seen, framed by a couple of trees. The best time to make photos in the Blue Ridge is (in my opinion) when there are no leaves on the trees. You can just see so much more, and besides the air is much clearer in the winter months at this elevation. Click the image to enlarge so you can see the farm better.