Last Friday we took a day trip to the Shenandoah National Park going in off Rt 33 traveling north on the Skyline Drive and exiting at Sperryville. It was supposed to be sunny, but was cloudy and overcast when we were on the Skyline Drive. The pictures were taken with my new ebay purchase a Minolta 7s rangefinder camera straight out of the box. Some pictures were taken with the meter and some were manual shots. I was lucky the old mercury battery in the camera works and the meter still works. The images shot from the Skyline Drive look pretty much like what it was.
When we came down from the mountains the sun came out and we stopped at the Oldway Art Center. Started in 1984 at a junk yard they have a wonderful selection of hand blown glass items for a reasonable price. If you ever go by be sure and stop. www.oldway.net/ The owner is quite a character and he built the bridge across the stream from the remains of a old ferris wheel at the junk yard.
The last image was shot standing on the middle of the bridge looking straight down at the stream. I remember stopping down to F22 and 1/30 of a second. The sun hitting on the fast moving water made for a unusual look.