Autumn Colors at Harpers Ferry, WV

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Cityscape, Landscape, Photography

Harpers Ferry, West Virginia is a historical rich small town where the States of Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland meet and where Shenandoah River meets Potomac River. It is such a strategic location that it played a very important role during American Civil War that it changed the controlling role between Union and Confederate troops five times in 1861-1865. Today, it is an outdoor mecca for water sports, hiking or just strolling this historical old town. The first overlook image was taken from Maryland Heights a few years ago and the rest of images were taken yesterday morning that all show the beautiful fall colors.

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6 thoughts on “Autumn Colors at Harpers Ferry, WV”

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you. the fall colors in the early morning were certainly brilliant! Thanks for visiting my blog again!

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you! The morning autumn colors were just incredible and I was happy to capture the scenes.

  1. How gorgeous! It’s this sort of village/town I imagine when I think of that part of the USA. Interesting you used the word ‘Autumn’ but spelt colours the American way :p (sorry I’m British!)

    • shungphotography says:

      Thank you so much! Glad you like them – it is indeed a beautiful little town esp. in the fall (autumn)!

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