MTNSnapshots Design and Photography has been in Boone, N.C. since 1998 and has worked with many local businesses and individuals for their graphic and photography needs.
I am Robert Moore and a proud Veteran of 27 years. I am also a graduate of Appalachian State and the Art Institute of Pittsburg.
I have developed logos for various companies like Be Organics, Ridge Runner Pet Lodging and others. I have done many brochures, business cards, postcards and layout designs. I am a master of multiple page layouts for special sections, tabs, event booklets and magazines..Read the Whole Story
A hike down the Babel trail on a rather hot and muggy day yielded me a pleasant conversation with a woman from Cornelius, NC. She was teaching her rescue dog how to be a good trail hiking buddy. He was doing pretty good for the most part but all the smells seemed to overwhelm him at times. His name was Lucky.
Anyway, God spoke to me today when I found a coin laying on the trail just visible on a flat rock. At first I thought it was a bottle cap but when I picked it up to place in my pocket I noticed a cross all the way through and inscriptions on both sides.
Autumn in the mountains of North Carolina draws people from all over the country. During peak season the surrounding area is flooded with leaf lookers searching for some spectacular color combinations.
Those who ride in the car can travel the back roads and the Blue Ridge Parkway for the easy views. Many opt to hike in and capture their favorite panoramic shots on the many trails available in the High Country. Below are some of the trail selected that produce the best color for those who seek the beauty and the adventure in one package.
This butterfly is one of the most common in Eastern North America but here in the mountains, at least at my elevation, it is not the most abundant. I see more Pipevine Swallowtails than anything. It is one of the most beautiful.