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Martic Forge Viaduct

Martic Forge Viaduct

Yesterday afternoon I had the pleasure of visiting one of my favorite sections of the Enola Low Grade Trail. The massive Martic Forge Viduct is an old railroad trestle along the trail that has been renovated to carry trailhead over Pequea Creek.  

I had previously written about the Martic Forge Viaduct in my Backyard Tourist Column in Lancaster County Magazine, but I wanted get down there while there was some fall foliage left. For more info on the trail CLICK HERE to read the full column.


Here are a few shots from my visit ... 

View of the new deck and original trestle structure looking east.

Panoramic View of the Martic Forge Viaduct.

360 Street View on the Martic Forge Viaduct



4 Autumn Panos from Central Pennsylvania

4 Autumn Panos from Central Pennsylvania

We had some gorgeous weather this weekend and we took full advantage of it. We tried to cover a lot of ground, both physically and visually.  


As many of you know I love panoramic photos. They're not ideal in every situation, but sometimes it's just what this Dochter ordered to get the entire scene in one image.  I primarily shoot with the Sony a6000 which has a very handy pano mode. Put it in pano mode, press the shutter button, it starts snapping, and you turn the camera. It then stitches the pano (almost always perfectly). Love it!


Below are four panos I captured during our adventures this weekend. 



Sunrise 10-29-16 - The Sky was filled with vibrant colors in every direction.

Panoramic view towards the Northwest from the Overlook at the Susquehannock State Park.

Panoramic view towards the South/Southwest from the Overlook at the Susquehannock State Park.

Panoramic view of Mill Creek flowing next to the Mason Dixon Trail. Truly beautiful Autumn scenery in October.