Late summer greens in the gorge as the early autumn sun sets.
New River Gorge Bridge Foggy SunriseChad Foreman2022-12-06T22:03:05-05:00
The iconic New River Gorge Bridge with fog at sunrise.
The New River Gorge Bridge is located near Fayetteville, West Virginia right in the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve.
New River Gorge Fayette Station MajesticChad Foreman2022-12-06T22:15:56-05:00
Morning sunrise of the Majestic Fayette Station Rapid in the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve.
Diamond Clouds in the New River GorgeChad Foreman2022-12-06T22:26:48-05:00
Diamond Point Clouds in the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve.
New River High Water SunriseChad Foreman2022-12-06T22:52:50-05:00
The sun rises over the New River Gorge as the New River is at high water levels.
New River Gorge Fayette Station RapidChad Foreman2022-12-06T23:54:23-05:00
One of the most popular rapids on the Lower New River Gorge section of the river when it comes to commercial rafting trips.
New River Gorge Thurmond SunriseChad Foreman2022-12-07T00:01:26-05:00
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Seneca Rocks West VirginiaChad Foreman2022-12-07T00:12:58-05:00
Fog lifts at the base of Seneca Rocks in West Virginia just before sunrise.
Seneca Rocks changed my life. Seneca Rocks was the first place I ever traveled to within the state lines of West Virginia.
At the time I was a college student at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, and sort of lost in […]
Long Point Twilight in the New River GorgeChad Foreman2022-12-07T00:19:29-05:00
This is it.
The very first picture that officially set me down the path of photography as a full-time profession.
At the time I was a laid-off graphic designer trying to figure out how to build up a portfolio. Trouble is, most of my experience was in the whitewater and outdoor industry in the New River Gorge […]
New River Gorge Diamond FogChad Foreman2022-12-07T00:27:46-05:00
At Diamond Point in the New River Gorge National Park the fog rolls downstream just like the river. Sometimes it even goes against the wind. That may be hard to believe but I’ve witnessed it.
The fog mimics the river’s movement. Here the fog actually rolls up on the rocks of the endless wall. And then […]