Tag Archives: Shenandoah National Park

Happy Earth Day

Seeing the challenges facing us as we strive to protect our wild places, I choose to commit my work for the betterment of our shared community. On this Earth Day, I challenge you to commit (or recommit) to honoring and protecting your small part of our world. We only have one planet, let’s take care […]

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Photo of the Week: Pass Mountain, Virginia

Autumn colors are beginning to show in the Shenandoah. Last fall I spent sometime exploring the scenes off Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park. This is the closest park to my home base and one that I do not visit often enough. Every time I drive west I’m gifted with fresh air, a new perspective […]

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National Parks Centennial

Exploring the National Parks seems to be in my blood. It all started with family road trips when I was a kid and continues to today. There’s something magical about the parks. So, on 100th birthday I wanted to share images from my recent park adventures…I hope they inspire you to visit and support your local park! […]

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Travel: A Day Along Skyline Drive

  Last week I took a day to just explore with my camera. No agenda. No preconceived photo project. Just a full day to see what interested me. The plan was simply to allow myself to be delighted by the sights and sounds along Skyline Drive in Shenandoah National Park.     It was a cold and […]

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Photo of the Week #24 ~ Hawksbill Summit

This year we celebrated the summer solstice with a hike up Hawksbill Mountain, the highest peak in Shenandoah National Park. It’s a relatively short hike (3 miles or so) but the first mile is steep. The type of assent that makes you wish you were a little more active during the winter months…you know what I […]

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