Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Wyalusing Rocks



 


The view from the Wyalusing Rocks, located along Route 6 outside of Wyalusing, Pennsylvania. The scenic lookout is located 500 feet above the winding Susquehanna River. The Eastern Delaware Nations describes the spot as a lookout and signaling point for Indians living along the river in the 1700s. The rocks rise above the Susquehanna, and provide a wide view of fertile farmland and the surrounding Endless Mountains.  Pennsylvania Route 6 has been named by National Geographic as one of the most scenic drives in America. The view only looks to get more beautiful as the autumn season progresses!

9 comments:

Brandi said...

Looks like a drive I'd like to make, especially as the leaves change!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Wow! Fantastic photos ~ lovely ~ remember driving through there ~ (A Creative Harbor)

Laurel's Quill said...

Beautiful country!!!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What beautiful views!

Robyn said...

I saw your link on A Rural Thursday. What a beautiful view!

I really like your laundry line philosophy.

Donna Williams said...

Thanks for stopping by to look at my photography. I am glad you enjoyed it! I am so excited to find these groups of people to share photos with. I love looking at the way everyone presents their perspectives. So much creativity!

Maple Lane said...

Hi Donna, So nice to visit with you. I love these beautiful views. Looking forward to visiting with you again. Mildred

Nancy Claeys said...

Were these photos taken by air? They are fantastic!

Donna Williams said...

Actually,Nancy, it's just high up on the side of the hill (mountain?). 500 feet above the river. Such a beautiful spot.