It had been a long day. It started well before 7am, waking up to a foggy campground at Steele Creek. From there we drove through Boxley Valley, hiked the three mile trail to Hawksbill Crag, visited Triple Falls, then drove down to Falling Water Falls and Six Finger Falls. But it was one of the best photography days I've had in awhile.
We drove down Falling Water Road towards pavement and civilization. The camera battery was saying it was low, so there weren't too many stops after that. But along the road, past Falling Water Falls, we stopped at this abandoned house with a guard of wildflowers standing before it.
I tried to get a few shots with whatever juice was left in the battery.
We made it back onto Highway 7 and then onto the freeway, heading back to Conway. A nice sunset appeared in the sky behind us, and this was the view from the passenger seat of the car: