deCroce blog of photography

Appalachian Dawn Photography

Maybe it’s the fog or the lushness, but something about photographing the Appalachian Mountains simply took my breath away.  For me, a western raised boy from Colorado, having the time to portray eastern topography has been a new thrill.  Maybe I just needed a change of scene.

On a recent commercial photo-shoot for Antero Resources in West Virginia,  I worked before dawn on landscape photography.

Here are a few.

Landscape photography and dawn fog in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia.

I loved the soft subtle colors of this landscape so much I made it my featured photograph on my FB business web page.

While climbing up a steep gas-easement I spotted an interesting looking rock. (Ok, I was feeling pretty spent from the long day photo-shoot.) When I bent over to get a closer look, the rock turned into a turtle.

Worker in gas-easement at dawn.

Pennsboro West Virginia.

As a western raised boy, I didn’t see dawn fog often. So while on a photo-shoot for Antero Resources, I made sure capture a few landscape fine-art photographs of the Appalachian dawn.

Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

Denver Commercial Photography

deCroce blog of photography
Commercial Photography Denver