Stalactites grow under arched stone bridge of Blue Ridge Parkway. Buena Vista, Virginia, USA.
Stalactites form under an arched stone bridge of the Blue Ridge Parkway (at Milepost 45.6) on the overpass for US-60 (which goes west to Buena Vista & Lexington, and east to Amherst) in Virginia, USA. The scenic 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway was built 1935-1987 to aesthetically connect Shenandoah National Park (in Virginia) with Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina, paralleling spines of the Blue Ridge Mountains (part of the Appalachians). The Parkway is carried across streams, railway ravines and crossroads by 168 bridges and six viaducts.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download