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I love the verticals in this photo looking up in downtown Richmond, VA Notice the contrast with the branches vs. electrical lines….? Notice the light vs dark – light building and light crane vs darker buildings and pole…? Well there is a bit more I find interesting here, but the best part was that we had […]
Downtown RVA March 2017 In the above image – we see that spring has arrived in RVA – the pink blooms to the right. And the tree to the left is slowly waking up as well. I also like this photo for the diversity in the quadrants – if you cut the image into fours […]
slideshow – Summer 2016: Information about The Tobacco Company: http://www.thetobaccocompany.com From the restaurant’s website: In 1973, Jearald Cable saw the potential of Shockoe Slip and proceeded to design what is now The Tobacco Company Restaurant. Cable envisioned a restaurant embodying the Victorian era when tobacco was Richmond’s major industry. The interior’s focal […]
The Jefferson Hotel had some New Orleans decorations in May 2016. The famous stairs looked like this: Here is a slide show featuring some photos from the Jefferson – Spring 2016 (March and May): Here is more information about The Jefferson Hotel: Hotel Website is HERE. The Hotel first opened on October 31, 1895 From Wikipedia […]
via Perspective – September 11 — MINDING MY P’S WITH Q
from DP: Virginian Pride — 2/11/15 Today’s selection — from George Marshall by Debbie and Irwain Unger. Like many of their Virginian contemporaries, George Marshall’s parents thought there was an importance to their ancestry that was beyond that of other Americans. As a young man Marshall, who some consider to be the greatest general in American history, […]
At capital ale house Octoberfest, 2014.
This is an old post that was sitting as a draft. Triple shot friday” FIRST My brother took this photo of three 12-pounder “Napoleons” while visiting RVA. because “it is always 1865 somewhere in Richmond, VA” The photo shows THREE 12-pounder-smoothbore-cannons, which were an upgrade from the less versatile and weaker 6-pounders! Many of these […]