Harpers Ferry, West Virginia By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2018
- Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
In a certain kind of unique, natural beauty that can only be seen when two rivers converge and become one, the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is a special tract of land that preserves and conserves the region where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers meet. This park functions as a nature preserve, but it is also a historical conservation effort too. The park offers museums, hiking trails, historic battlefields, exhibits, and scenic lookouts. Inspired by the beauty and peacefulness of the park, Anderson Design Group handcrafted vintage travel poster art of the park, styling an illustration in fall tones with the rich browns, reds, and yellows that this region is so well known for in autumn. To learn more about the park and the history behind the region, visit the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.