October 31, 2014

A Landmark in Forestville


This old school sits high on a hill in Forestville, Virginia. It was restored and is used by the Ruritan Club. 

I've posted pictures of this school before.  One of my images was used (with permission) by a television station when they reported on copper gutters being stolen from here. 

I'm sharing this post with Skywatch Friday and the current City Daily Photo Theme: Landmark

Oh, since it's Halloween night, here's an alternate version of the picture "in disguise." 


11 comments:

  1. That's an amazing looking school. Love the red roof and how it pops out of the image! Visiting via City Daily Photo today.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. It is a pretty school. I like the red roof and the blue sky.. Great capture.. Happy weekend!

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  3. It's a beautiful building, and stands out so well against that sky.

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  4. Hi Linda, There's a school on Route 15 in Lucketts that has the same basic shape. I always enjoy ogling it as I pass! :) m & jb (who does not like to be in the car and therefore does not ogle said building)

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  5. both very nice. its a beautiful building.

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  6. I like that pretty red roof. :)

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  7. I like the bright red roof and the shape of the building. It's terrible that someone would steal the gutters.

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  8. Interesting view of the building. Stealing gutters? Weird.

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