My kids went on a trip with their school music program to Orlando. While they were away, my husband and I took a getaway to WV, staying in the Germany Valley Overlook Cabins. We have stayed in these cabins twice before and knew that it would be a great break from most everything.
It was our first time to visit that area in the spring and we were surprised to see that the trees had very few leaves, compared to the 'lowlands' of where we live. There were patches of wonderful wild flowers and I caught a lovely image of Seneca Rock with them in the foreground.
The weather has been somewhat variable, so we hiked one day at Spruce Knob. The trail was littered with nibs of spruce branches that had blown down in the various storms. It was a lovely walk. And the view was as usual, wonderful.
Yellow seemed to be one of the more prominent colors and I got a couple good shots of some wildflowers growing near the parking lot.
We also stopped along Rt. 33 between Senece Rocks and Riverton. This barn was surrounded by a field of spring yellow.