August 22 2012 Appalachia Newsletter
I cannot believe we are heading into late summer already. It seems like we just got used to the hot weather and now the nights are cooling off fast. Early mornings are just chilly enough for a light sweater or shawl to truly enjoy that first cup of coffee outside and watch the sun come up.
Here is my latest article from the Appalachia site at BellaOnline.com -- talking about the breathtaking colors of Appalachia country in the autumn. If you are a beginning photographer, or an experienced one, you will be in paradise when journeying through Appalachia country in the fall of the year.
Spectacular Autumn Colors In Appalachia
For those who love autumn when nature shows off her most glowing wardrobe, one can find some spectacular fall colors throughout Appalachian country.
I hope you enjoy this article. Please join me in my Appalachia forum and help each other find some small town attractions while traveling this autumn. Spruce Pine, North Carolina is one quaint little town, as is historic Jonesborough, the oldest town in Tennessee, and so many other lovely historical towns too numerous to list here. Come visit the forum and share your knowledge on these quaint and historical towns.
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Till next time, may all your journeys take you to beautiful places. May you walk in beauty and harmony.
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Phyllis Doyle Burns, Appalachia Editor
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