The slow moving, low, autumn waters of the James River provided a wonderful reflection of a Canada Goose and the nearby river rocks.
There’s a railroad bridge that runs along part of the canal walk in Richmond, VA. Seeing the bridge reflected in the James River Canal, I thought it deserved some photographic attention.
I stitched together a series of photos to create this panoramic image of the Hobson family plots in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va. It just seemed like the perfect post for Halloween.
Like all the photos on my blog, you can click on it to see a larger version of the image.
This tree seems to own the end of this small island in the James River. With the slow moving Autumn waters it seemed like an appropriate time to photograph the tree and its reflection in the river.
I merged two separate exposures to produce an HDR image that retained some foreground color but kept the sky from being washed out.
The Ruby Throated Hummingbird is the only hummingbird that breeds in the Eastern United States. This female stopped by the feeder on my deck long enough for me to get this photo.
During a morning walk along the James River it amazed me how much the river has changed since the spring. The water is lower and there’s a lot of aquatic vegetation that wasn’t there just a few months ago.
I’ve driven by this sign many times but never noticed the fine print. When I finally saw it I had to laugh.