Hunter House

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Hunter House Hunter House is located towards the rear of Nottoway Park on Courthouse Road in Vienna, Virginia.  In fact as you drive past the park with its pick-up games of basketball and open grassland you would not know that behind the line of trees behind the sports field lies a late 19th century farmhouse. The...

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Stylemans Almshouses

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Stylemans Almshouses The Stylemans Almshouses are a terrace of twelve small row houses in Bexley, Kent.  An almshouse is place of residence for poor, old and distressed people.  The term, which dates back to the 10th century when the first such properties were set up, comes from “Alms”.  Alms comes from an Old...

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Virginia State Capitol

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Virginia State Capitol The Virginia State Capitol in Richmond, Virginia was designated a National Historic Landmark in December 1960.  The United States National Park Service which maintains the register of National Historic Landmarks and the National register of Historic Places had the building designated as the...

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Tropical Storm Hermine Sunset

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – Tropical Storm Hermine Sunset Over the Labor Day weekend what was now Tropical Storm Hermine struck the mid-Atlantic and the Northeast coast. In the Washington, DC area we were fortunate not to suffer the heavy rains and coastal surges which left so much damage along the storm’s path. We did, though have some...

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San Jose de Gracia Church

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – San Jose de Gracia Church Las Trampas is a small community on State Road 76, commonly known as the High Road, between Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico.  The community was founded in 1751 by twelve Spanish families from Santa Fe.  The original village consisted of low buildings built around a central plaza.  The...

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White Rock Forge Covered Bridge

– Click on the image to enlarge or purchase – White Rock Forge Covered Bridge The White Rock Forge Covered Bridge is located in a peaceful, rural valley in the southeast part of Lancaster County.  The bridge spans the west branch of the Octoraro Creek.  The bridge has also been called West Octoraro Bridge 2. The original bridge was built by John Russell in...

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