Mt. Mitchell,NC is, at 6684 ft, the highest peak east of the Mississippi River. I’ve always wanted to go on top; now in my mid-70s via car, but when I […]
When I see just about anything associated with “railroads” I get an urge to stop and make photos, usually beginning with one such as that above or the one below. […]
It’s that time of year here in Southwest Virginia. A local church brings in truck loads of pumpkins to sell, and when they do I go visit with my camera. […]
Martinsville, Virginia has some significant history associated with it. For example, it once was a central hub for America’s furniture and textile industry; Bassett, Stanley, Hooker, American and more. Today, […]
We don’t see many new things designed this way anymore, but that’s fine with me because there are lots of “old” just waiting for me and my camera.
There are times when I like to set my camera on back & white, and make images when there are distinct contrasts in light. When outside, I look for nice […]
I really enjoy finding old farm buildings, especially those of “log type” construction. Some old structures remain in use today. Here are some examples of how different farming once was. […]
I like to look at objects I photograph from a different perspective, from time to time. It’s fun to do, especially when you get the photos onto your computer screen […]
As I drive around narrow back roads in SW Virginia and adjacent rural North Carolina, I often find what I’ll call photo treasures from the past. When one of them […]
Finding reflections of trees and clouds on smooth water is a joy to me. And my camera.