Hiking in Worlds End State Park, PA

I love the fall for the vibrant colors they shows off to the world, even changing colors at different times of the day depending how the light is hitting the leaves. It’s a perfect time to show off your photography skills even for the ammeter (that’s me).

We recently went on a week long fall camping trip with our 2 huskies Bandit and Duke, to upstate PA. We stayed at Pioneer Campground, near Worlds End State Park. This was the prefect place for taking fall foliage photos.

Here are a few photos of our visit to Worlds End State Park, a 780 acre state park surrounded by pristine mountains views, I can see how it got it’s name.

Walking in the woods at Ruperts in PA

A walk in the woods in PA

Mountain view High Knob Worlds End State Park

View from High Knob @ Worlds End State Park in PA

View of the Haystacks on the Loyalsock trail

Haystacks on the Loyalsock Trail in PA

Duke Siberian Husky

Our dog Duke at Pioneer Campground in PA

Little water falls on the Double Run Nature Trail

Hiking the Double Run Nature Trail in PA

Hiking Haystacks on Loyalsock trail in PA

Tina, Danny and Duke on Loyalsock Trail

I’m certainly no expert but I am getting great tips from a blog called Digital Photography School which has tons of free and useful tutorials for beginners and eBooks such as the one I’m reading now called Photo Nuts and Bolts.

Click here to see all their Photography eBooks I’m sure you’ll find one to suit your needs.

Enjoy 🙂

Tina
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