Living in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains has many advantages. Most important for me is it’s less populated and as such affords many opportunities to explore back roads and woods. Life is simple here compared to urban settings, and I often discover small farm “settlements” such as that in this photo. DSCF3617-Edit-Edit-Edit

Given this area of Virginia and North Carolina was once prime tobacco growing and harvesting territory, along my way down narrow roads I discover numerous abandoned tobacco drying sheds.

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2 Replies to “Exploring a Rural Life”

  1. I love doing drive-by shootings, let me explain. Like getting in the vehicle and just going down a back road with no Destiination looking for photo opportunities. I like to do this towards evenings usually on Sunday evenings. Nice images as usual. Keep discovering

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