Photo Essays

The Passion of Ballooning in the Blue Ridge

cover photo and story in Piedmont Virginian Magazine

Autumn 2014

 Cover balloon essay

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Passion of Ballooning

 

 

 

Powerful Presence

Photo essay of five Virginian courthouses where the
“very lives of men have hung in the balance.”

in Piedmont Virginian Magazine

Spring 2013

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Powerful Presence

 

 

Fort Star:

Exploring the history of the Second Battle of Winchester during its 150th anniversary

in Winchester Life

March 2013

Winchester, Virginia was the northernmost city for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Not only was it important to Commanding General Robert E. Lee as an “avenue of invasion” into the north, but holding Winchester also protected the Shenandoah Valley and ensured Lee’s army a safe retreat.

Fletcher Holding 33 Star Federal Flag

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Fort Star

 

 

A Winter Walk in the Woods

in Winchester Life

February 2013

Spring—crisp air, wildflowers, mists on the mountains. Summer—long daylight hours, warm temperatures, vacations from work and school. Autumn—vibrant leaves, the smell of wood fires, the height of hiking season.

But who thinks of hiking in winter? Isn’t it too cold?

Bears Den at sunset

 

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A Winter Walk in the Woods

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