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MY FAVORITE SHOTS FROM SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK

Bram, from the blog Travel, Experience, Live is sharing with us some of his favorite shots from Shenandoah National Park, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, west of Washington, D.C. The park extends on a surface of 105 miles and it is an outstanding location to take breathtaking landscape pictures as the ones you can see here. We let you discover its beauties through these splendid pictures and the words of its master photographer, proud to present virtually this enchanting photo tour in the U.S.

When my wife and I decided to move to Charlottesville, Virginia, about half a year ago, one of the main reasons was the city’s proximity to Shenandoah National Park. This long and narrow park is one of the greatest natural attractions on the U.S. East Coast, home to vast expanses of designated wilderness.

I absolute love hiking and camping, and like to spend significant time in nature. I’m my happiest self when I’m immersed in the woods, walking across a plateau or enjoying the views from some mountain summit.

In this post, I would like to share with you some of my favorite shots from Shenandoah National Park, a place I visit at least once every other week, but often more frequently.

Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. Photo by Bram Reusen.
Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. Photo by Bram Reusen.

Exposure: 1/60 sec
F-stop: f/16
Focal length: 16mm
ISO: 200

Bear cubs climbing a tree, Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.
Bear cubs climbing a tree, Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.

Exposure: 1/125 sec
F-stop: f/4.5
Focal length: 62mm
ISO: 320

Blue Ridge sunrise. Photo by Bram Reusen.
Blue Ridge sunrise. Photo by Bram Reusen.

Exposure: 1/80 sec
F-stop: f/4
Focal length: 40mm
ISO: 200

Dark Hollow Falls in Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.
Dark Hollow Falls in Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.

Exposure: 1/3 sec
F-stop: f/22
Focal length: 16mm
ISO: 200

Deer in Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.
Deer in Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.

Exposure: 1/160 sec
F-stop: f/5.6
Focal length: 50mm
ISO: 400

Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.
Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.

Exposure: 1/200 sec
F-stop: f/14
Focal length: 16mm
ISO: 200

Sunset from Brown Mountain Overlook, Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.
Sunset from Brown Mountain Overlook, Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.

Exposure: 1/200 sec
F-stop: f/9
Focal length: 16mm
ISO: 200

View from Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.
View from Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park. Photo by Bram Reusen.

Exposure: 1/60 sec
F-stop: f/13
Focal length: 16mm
ISO: 200

These pictures really tempt us to travel to Shenandoah National Park. If you would like to plan a trip too, let us know, we could arrange something for you with the help of Bram!

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