It’s a new month and I’m looking forward to a better one. I’ve had a foot injury for a couple of weeks plus a sore mouth that finally turned out to be due to an abscess, which seems unfair because I am diligent with dental care. But tomorrow I go back to the dental surgeon who did my root canal to get this fixed. My husband will drive so I can rest my foot.
Meanwhile I’ve been posting daily on The View from Squirrel Ridge. Come on over and see what a Shenandoah Summer looks like!
I’m also working on a site for Shenandoah River Lakes but it’s not finished by any means.
I haven’t posted here in a while but I’ve shared many photos over on “Squirrel Ridge.” Drop by and take a look!
Here’s a shot from my upcoming post.
I’m still posting daily on VirginiaVista.com, also known as The View from Squirrel Ridge. Come on over and see my current photos.
You can see more Assateague photos on my other blog, http://webcroft.blogspot.com/.
Although I usually focus on the Shenandoah Valley on my Squirrel Ridge blog, I posted many pictures in March of our trip to California. We stayed in the Los Angeles – Palos Verdes area so hop over and take a photo tour!
Last week I was watching for red things to photograph. The fake carnations did not make it into my Squirrel Ridge blog because I was feeling overwhelmed. My beloved Macbook was in the shop and I was struggling with formatting pictures on the iPad.
I hope your new year is off to a good start!
I have a shortcut to my daily blog: VirginiaVista.com. Come over and see what’s new!
A photography friend issued a challenge to post floral images so I dug these out of my files, or more accurately, took them off old posts on my Squirrel Ridge blog.
October is over already! It was a beautiful month except that some weekends were too rainy. Our foliage colors were great, especially the golden yellows.
Check out my Squirrel Ridge posts for October to see plenty of pumpkins and some Civil War anniversary events.
I’m posting photos from the Cedar Creek Reenactment on Squirrel Ridge pages. The images you see here are color versions of two pictures that I converted to sepia and posted there.
Rider at Cedar Creek
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