This was wooden decking may have been part of a boat, long ago. Now it sits, slowly decaying along the shore of the river.
I like the color, the texture and the irony of this photo. The irony that the bolt, which helps hold the trailer together, required a hole to be drilled through the metal, which is ultimately causing it to fall apart.
If you click on the image you can see a larger version of it, which really highlights the texture.
I spotted this old camper parked just off the Creeper Trail in Damascus, VA. It once offered its owners a means for getting away and enjoying the simple pleasures of life. Those days appear to be long gone but the shell of this camper still holds memories of past adventures.
This sheep resides at Maymont Park in Richmond, VA. It was showing off its winter coat when we met it in the late fall.
Morning sunlight begins to fill the garden at the start of a beautiful day.
Here’s a look at downtown Damascus, VA at dawn. I took three exposures and blended them together to create this HDR image.
Sunlight gently warms the garden flowers and chases away the mist on an early fall morning.
Walking around the grounds of the Highland Meadow Vineyards on an early morning in September, I caught the sun beaming through the trees illuminating this fountain.