The sinking sun casts shadows on the eastern faces of the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. Meanwhile, the view from the west is saturated with a deep red hue and Moorefield, West Virginia and the south branch of the Potomac River come into focus to the east. Always, the deep grooved valleys remind us of the glacial movements that created this amazing view.

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