While on one of my frequent photo road trips, when I have absolutely no idea where I am going…I just drive and look for things that might make a good photo…I passed Bachelor’s Hall Plantation located in Pittsylvania County, Virginia. A quick Google search later determined it was built in the late 1700s. I was not sure whether or not it was being lived in, so after I parked nearby to see what I could see, I sort of snuck around the perimeter of the place to capture some images. It was not until after I got back home that I determined the grounds were indeed open to the public, so I’ll have to go back and make a few more close-up images. This is the house as seen from the highway in front.
This is an outbuilding around back of the main house. What I found especially interesting was the wide brick driveway and how it led my eyes to the log cabin.