A few early spring shots along the Blue Ridge Parkway
Here are a few of the last shots from the winter season…
It was a lovely winter, but bring on Spring!
A few sunset shots from skyline drive
A few forgotten beach moments
A few photos from Night to Shine. I am so grateful to the Cornerstone Church of Augusta and to the Tim Tebow Foundation for giving me the opportunity to photograph such a beautiful event.
You can view the Night to Shine Album here…
Skyline drive and an old house with an interesting story…
I went on an adventure to find this house I believe is called “the wash day house”. During a pop-up event in December, customers often asked if I had a photo of the “wash day house”. I was completely clueless. Intrigued, I had to learn more. From what I understand, this house has a clothesline and depending on the type of clothing and colors on the line, people would know the kind of moonshine in the works .
I went on a hunt and finally located this special house. Although the chimney was going strong, it seems as though there was no moonshine available. Unfortunately there wasnt a place to pull over where I could safely photograph it, so I had to do it on the fly while driving by.
I am really happy with how it turned out. Is love to see it with clothes on the line.
I took skyline drive on my way home and enjoyed a cool foggy view as well. It was truly a fun way to spend a dreary afternoon.
The foggy drive home along Skyline Drive
I have to admit that I have slacked quite a bit over the last few weeks, so the next few posts are going to involve a lot of catching up…
The lunar eclipse…
Well, unfortunately, it was too cloudy here to catch it. But I didn’t let the early rise go to waste. I caught an amazing sunrise here in the Shenandoah Valley…
I did manage to get a pic of the moon AFTER the eclipse 🙂
The moon is one of my favorite things to photograph. Add in a little earthshine and a new lens and I’m one happy camper.
Every once in a while it can be fun to take a step out of the routine to play around with creative projects.
Today I created a pop art inspired self-portrait/composite by combining two images to make one final image.