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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Ceneca Rock and Canaan Valley in West Virginia

One of the  beautiful views that we've seen during our recent road trip is the Ceneca Rock.  We did not really stop to see  its full beauty because we were trying to catch up with the last trip for the Ceneca Cavern.  Our  children wanted to see the cave but of course, I had to  keep clicking while hubby is driving.  Thanks to my extra lens I have  with my camera, I got to  take a bit farther.  Isn't these rocks gorgeous?
Here's the view  going back from Ceneca Cavern.  We were going to stop but decided  to continue on going home as it was getting late and we did not want to drive in the dark.
We also passed by Canaan Valley which I am sure would be a gorgeous one to see too.  Maybe on our next road trip, we would be able to see what we missed.

Also on the road was this three crosses.

I will show you our adventure to the Ceneca Cavern on my other blog or maybe next time in this blog.

24 travelers' comments:

Roger Owen Green said...

Majestic!

ROG, ABC WEDNESDAY

Jesh St Germain said...

I like the three crosses!

Linnea said...

That rock formation really gets itself noticed! Depending on the view, it sort of looks like a sleeping person! Enjoy the day and greetings from California.

Marie said...

Wonderful rock formations! Really beautiful scenery. Sounds like you had a great day.

riz said...

Aren't those limestones? I think they were carved out when the land they cover eroded.
And, yes, those rock formation reminds me of our trip to Sagada where the famed hanging coffins are.

PS.
I wished I could have a telephoto like yours so I could shoot up distances. Paypal come to meeeeee :)

Love always,
Ate Riz

betchai said...

I love the rock formations, wonder if others could hike to its peak, would would love to :)

MikiHope said...

Rock formations have always interested me--it amazes me that sun, rain etc could ultimately form such beautiful sculptures of nature. The backdrop of the lush mountainside is also gorgeous.

Jennifer Williams said...

That is absolutely beautiful, I would love to visit there one day.

jheylo said...

Gorgeous nature. I love the photos, I bet it looks very beautiful in person. Thanks for sharing these photos.

Melinda Dunne said...

Wow your pictures are breath-taking. It looks very beautiful there.

Cyndie said...

Such beautiful pictures. Would love to visit

MzBaker @ Daleville Alabama Kitchens said...

What Beautiful Photos! That looks like it was a nice trip. I love mountains and beautiful scenic views like this.

nova hedges said...

Those scenery are indeed breathtaking, just love nature and can't wait for more photos

Sasha Cory said...

I love photos like this. Nature always makes the best photography.

Mary Anne Vinzon said...

You are such a good photographer. Indeed a beautiful shots while your car was moving. Looking forward to see more of your follow up post.

Cacai M. said...

Amazing view! I love to go there.. thanks for sharing!

Cacai Mrf said...

That is nice looking rocks there! And I love the shapes. I think it is great to have a camping somewhere near the area you were while taking the pics. I can now imagine eating lots of foodies, I'm sure one can have big bites in a serene place like that. Awesome!

Healy Harpster said...

Beautiful rock formation. Hope to visit That beauty someday!

zoan said...

Somehow, I am really envious of you. You've got to experience and see those beautiful rocks sis, while ako, magtitiis nalang sa mga bato sa aming bukid :D

Jessica Cassidy said...

Wow! that resort looks beautiful Sis :-) I really like the view :-) We have never travel to Virginia :-) and hope someday soon :-)

Ane said...

Amazing pictures! :)

You gotta love Mother Nature and her many wonders. :) Excited to read about your Ceneca Cavern adventure! :)

Shela said...

Wow what a breathtaking scenic views! Virginia mountains are beautiful and humongous! We drove by there once when we went to Washington DC 4 years ago and we had a wonderful joy ride ever!

Chubskulit Rose said...

I just want to clarify that this is in WEST VIRGINIA and not in Virginia. We got that a lot though when we say that we are from West Virginia.

Bless said...

Really a majestic creation. I like looking at views like this.

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