In 1786, Thomas Jefferson eloquently describes this area and the view in Harper's Ferry as one of the most stupendous in nature. This point, where the Potomac River passes through the Blue Ridge Mountains and junctures with the Shenandoah is "worth crossing the Atlantic" to see.
We are truly blessed to live in such a beautiful part of the world. It is even pretty there in winter, with bare trees.
My little window frames were too small to show the detail in the actual photos on the left, so I printed them larger where you can see my picture of Bob taking a picture from inside a window, then his actual picture through the window on the side.