Yesterday I shared with you winter photo from the west coast. Today we are going to be on the other coast, still in the mountains, but not during winter time, this was sometime in May if my memory serves me well, with some mosquitos annoyingly flying around. This is the view from one of the spots from Blue Ridge Parkway, maybe about 45 minutes north from Asheville, NC. The sun is actually probably setting somewhere in Tennessee, in those wild smoky mountains.
If you are new here, you can always click in the photo to see it at higher resolution, much better way to see it.
I’ve been resisting against turning adds on my blog for almost one year. The main reason against it is because I feel that WordPress had done pretty bad design over it and provides literally zero control over it to the blog owners. All I can do is turn it on or off. I have no control on how adds are displayed on my site. I have waited for more than one year on them doing some improvements to the advertising platform and nothing have changed. So I have decided to turn on adds on the site and see what it will bring in one month and if over the twelve month timeframe it will cover all the hosting expenses or not. Maybe over time WordPress will eventually give more control on how these adds can be displayed.
Graveyard Trail Waterfalls
Third day in a row with time lapse videos here guys. This one if from the Graveyard Fields Waterfalls trail off the Blue Ridge Parkway, about 30 miles south from Asheville.
I didn’t post my videos with corresponding photos in a while (except yesterday), so I’m trying to catch up on it with a few posts. I think this time lapse was done about fifteen month ago, beautiful sunset in our North Carolina mountains, a bit humid and sticky, with some mosquitos flying around, but that is normal pretty much anywhere these days. This year we have been sluggish and made to the NC mountains only once, went to hike the Boone Fork hike couple weeks ago in hopes to eat some blackberries, but they were not ready yet. By now they are probably all eaten by other hikers and occasional black bears.
As you hike back from the upper Graveyard Fields Waterfalls you can take the path that will take you over some handmade bridges over swampy fields. It is nice of the NC Park system to invest into it allow travelers to easily get to the destination and back to the parking lot.