These old structures, most no longer used, were for drying cut tobacco prior to sending it to market. The Piedmont Region of Southern Virginia and Northern North Carolina were famous for […]
We don’t see many signs like this on windows today. I like the reflections here too.
Not like New York City, but not bad for Danville, Virginia…a great city in which to find interesting subjects to photograph.
I love to make photos of old windows and doors. When windows are involved, I sometimes wonder what sort of people once looked out to where I was standing […]
Some signs are more interesting than others when it comes to photography…this is one of them.
I’ve driven past Jess Sours (is that a “southern” name or what) garage many times while going through Chatham, Virginia. It’s always been closed, but recently I decided to […]
Photo made in rural Southern Virginia.
Seeking new discoveries, I often drive without specific direction or plan, on one of my numerous road trips. It’s like beginning a brief journey at a point, with no end […]
Yesterday as I was wandering around Uptown Martinsville, Virginia with my camera, checking out a new lens I just bought, this guy sees me and says, “Hey, I live […]
You absolutely never know what sort of “treasure” you might find, when on a photo road trip. Here’s a perfect example. This once proud streetcar probably carried happy passengers […]