April 1, 2014

Rainy Day at Belle Grove

Near Middletown, Northern Shenandoah Valley

colonial icehouseWe stopped by Belle Grove on Saturday to see the photos of graffiti that they found in the attic. It was a rainy day so I did not take many pictures of the pretty grounds of the old plantation, but I've taken many shots there before. I did duck under the roof of the blacksmith shop and look for photo ops of triangles for the City Daily Photo theme for April.


Icehouse, circa 1815

Forged Triangle, Typically Used as a Dinner Bell
wooden wheel
Wagon Wheel

Linking to: Our World Tuesday

7 comments:

  1. From my dashboard that looks like a sunken house! LOL!

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  2. Excellent examples, particularly the wheel!

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  3. I love your photos of the old building and the things inside. Nice shots! (P.S. There is always room for more than one Linda W.) :)

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  4. Cool! Triangles are everywhere! Great pictures! :)

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