Visions from Asheville

Visions, Thoughts, Ramblings & Musings from Western North Carolina

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This site presents the visions, thoughts, ramblings and musings of Asheville Visions Photography as well as commentary and news articles from the Asheville community. It is an intellectual (or not!) perspective from Western North Carolina and Appalachia on just about anything. Your comments, criticisms, and (dis)agreements are solicited and most welcome. This is a photo of the November 2016 "super-moon" rising next to the Asheville, NC City Hall.

Breakfast Room at the Biltmore House

The "small" Breakfast Room at the Biltmore House in Asheville, NC. It was processed to make it appear like a Monet painting.

Bass Pond at the Biltmore Estate

An infrared depiction

Blue Ridge Parkway Sunrise

Taken from Pounding Mill Overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Looking Glass Rock Sunrise

Looking Glass Rock in Transylvania County, NC from the Pounding Mill overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The image was processed to give it a painterly look.

Sunrise Glow

Taken from the Pounding Mill Overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Grove Arcade at Christmas

The Grove Arcade in downtown Asheville, NC was built by E.W. Grove in the late 1920s as a predecessor to the shopping malls of today. This image was made a Christmas time and was stylized to give it a hand-drawn appearance.

Thomas Wolfe House

This is the front porch of the Thomas Wolfe House in Asheville, NC. Dubbed "Old Kentucky Home" by his mother, it operated as a boarding house during his childhood. It was the setting for his first novel Look Homeward, Angel.

St. Lawrence Basilica - Asheville, NC

This is the interior of the only Basilica in North Carolina.

Downtown Asheville, NC at Sunset

Taken from Town Mountain Road

Downtown Asheville, NC at Sunset Panorama

Five images stitched together taken from Town Mountain Road.

Sunset from Asheville

Taken from AB Tech main campus in Asheville, NC

Miscanthus Sunset

Taken from Asheville, NC

North Carolina Arboretum

Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted