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. […]
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.
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. […]
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 […]
I’ve visited this SW Virginia historic General Store before. I keep going back because while the store is no longer operating as such, it’s owner has done a great job […]
The old saying, “You can take the person out of the country, but can’t take the country out of the person” applies to me and my camera, most of the […]
Axton is a special place, for me, because I love making photographs of locations that today are far from what they once were. This very small town is located along […]
My wife Barb is a very good “Quilter” and she has close friends here in SW Virginia who are equally so, or better. They each truly love what they do, […]
I’m so blessed to be surrounded here in SW Virginia, by so much beauty to share with you through the lens of my cameras.