The sun breaking through the morning clouds at Bear Rocks in the Dolly Sods Wilderness of West Virginia. Such a wonderful place to visit. its well worth the long bumpy ride to the summit of the mountain. The view is spectacular and the unique rock formations, water pools, and plant growth are beautiful. In the background of this photo it looks like water of a lake or the ocean as it is really cloud coverage in the lower lands.
Bear Rocks Preserve, Dolly Sods Wilderness
Monongahela National Forrest
Central Appalachian Chain
Tucker County, West Virginia
Was fishing yesterday evening with my buddy Jim. Met him at the lake. Him in his boat and me on mine. Got a little late so he went his way and I started driving to the dock I put in at a few miles away. Came around Neely's point and saw the sky lighting up so I stopped to take a few shots of the sky. When I started the boat back up, the prop fell off. Bad news with it getting dark and all. Got my spare prop on but couldn't reach around the motor to tighten the bolt. So I yelled over to the two fishermen in the boat on the bottom right of the photo for a little help. The came over and helped me secure the proper from their boat. I thanked them and they were on their way. Otherwise, Michael would have had to row the boat ashore. Kinda hard with one oar. Many thanks again guys.