Backlit on the Mountain

Another scheduled post, and my contribution to Monochromia this week, as I work to Get Out The Vote!

Last night, I hosted Senator Tim Kaine at my home. You may remember him as the former candidate for Vice President. So exciting!

Be back to regular posting after Election Day, November 7th.

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It was a gorgeous morning up on Buffalo Mountain

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Friday Evening

My Contribution to Monochromia last week. I’m managing to keep up with one blog, at least!

I’m actually taking the weekend off to ride my sweet motorcycle and to watch the Virginia Tech Hokies take on the West Virginia Mountaineers. Go Hokies!

Be Back Soon!

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It was a perfect Friday evening for listening to local music

#westendwednesdays

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Monochromia: Keystone Lake

My contribution to Monochromia this week

Taken from a moving boat.

In stunningly beautiful Keystone Colorado.

I don’t know what kind of boat.

It had a motor, and we were moving fast … does that help? 🙂

Monochromia: Light Through the Window

My contribution to Monochromia this week

While photographing a political event, I was distracted by the light coming in through the window and the shadows it created.

The Original Tiny House

My contribution to Monochromia this week. Joe gave this image the perfect title, which I changed from the original title.  This log cabin is part of the Wilderness Road Museum in Newbern, Virginia. The museum and surrounding cabins were closed when I road by last Sunday afternoon, but I believe the cabin was built in the early 1800s.

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What does the title have to do with the photo?

Not a darn thing!

Instead, it’s referring to the fact that Joe had to remind me to post this week.  And i’m sliding under the wire with 90 minutes to spare!

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