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In a very unexpected turn of events, I ended up going to West Virginia last week! Around 1p, my cousin, Jennie asked if I wanted to go with her on a road trip to Seneca Rocks. We were going to leave that evening, spend the night in an airbnb and wake up in the morning to go on a hike. With nothing much else planned but to prepare for Thanksgiving eating, I was all in! *In a way, this help prepare me further for my Thanksgiving eating LOL* My sister in law, Audrey came too and the three of us had an amazing trip!

It’s been a while since I’ve been to West Virginia. To be honest, I didn’t even know where Seneca Rocks was or what it looked like. So when Jennie told me that we were going to be able to climb on the top of the rocks in less than 1.5 miles, I was very skeptical. The morning was a bit chilli, 30 degrees or so but I learned my lesson from Norway. I knew that as soon as I started hiking for a bit, my body heat was going to warm me up and I wasn’t going to need so many layers. I felt so prepared LOL.

The hike itself wasn’t bad at all. It was a slow ascend up the mountain with nice views along the way. From what I saw on Alltrails.com it looked like it was a busy hike but so I feel lucky that there was barely anyone on the trails! We probably saw 6 people max and for the most part, we were the only ones on top of the rocks. It was awesome and I’d definitely do it again.

My camera settings for this image is F5.6 at 1/1600sec and ISO 500 with my Sony A7II and 70-200mm lens

Happy Weekend 🙂

In case you missed anything on the blog this past week, here’s a little recap.

I took you guys along with me to Scotts Run Nature Preserve. It was my first time there so I got a little freaked out. Please subscribe to my youtube channel if you like it

I saw a 1971 Blue Tractor on the side of the road and had to pull over.
Georgetown at Night is never boring. Theres always something going on.
The only waterfall in the DC Metro area, Scotts Run Waterfall
A close up shot of a Green Flower
Taken back in March, I needed sometime to work on this image Rodeo Beach Rocks

Another Famous DC image, the Supreme Court:

The Washington Post blog, State of NoVA used my waterfall image for a post to beat the DC heat:

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend and see you again on Monday 🙂
Angela