We went to one of our favorite local parks yesterday to enjoy the temperate weather. I'd really hoped to see a few things in bloom, some color reaching out and up from the brown landscape. But, since the spring blooms failed me, I decided to focus my lens on the muted tangles and vines in … Continue reading at the park
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I know I spend a lot of time talking about the weather, but the weather is so wonky! 54 yesterday and 26 today? But I'm enjoying my days for the most part; having instagram makes it easier for me to keep track of the little things that make each day special: a beautiful sunset, homemade … Continue reading instaround
Winter is a cold, dimly lit waiting room. But sometimes it snows and that makes it seem worth it for a little while.
Tomorrow morning before we depart, I intend to land and see what can be found in the neighborhood. -Christopher Columbus It's remarkable that every time I take my camera out for a walk around the neighborhood, it manages to surprise me. New growth, new decay, new shadows. I go out thinking it's a lost cause … Continue reading what can be found
The sun was shining earlier so I decided it was high time for a walk around the neighborhood, but by the time I got home and ate lunch, it was cloudy and the temperature had begun to drop. I've been playing a bit with instagram since I got an iPad Mini for Christmas. The above … Continue reading instaround.
I-64 boasts 2 lookouts between Waynesboro and Charlottesville. Since it's a divided highway they're only accessible going east from Waynesboro, so I have to wait until I have reason to head out that way to take in the view. This week I remembered to bring my camera along on a thrifting excursion, so I stopped … Continue reading I-64 lookouts
Today is a beautiful day! High 60s, sunlight streaming through fall leaves, a light breeze. Since I work early on Mondays, I was free to take a quick trip up to Carter Mountain this afternoon. You may recall that I first visited last year with Daniel and my friend, Andrea, at the end of the … Continue reading carter mountain orchard ’13