August 3, 2015

Good Times and a Hand

farm landscape
Farm near New Market, VA
The Good: The Shenandoah Valley is still green and fertile. Unlike many places that are dealing with drought, we have been blessed with good weather this summer.

The Random: A photography group that I participate in has "Hands and Feet" as the theme for this week. Here's a shot I took Sunday for that topic.


The Fun: On Thursday I took our guests to Endless Caverns. The tour was fun and interesting. I'll post some more pictures of it later.

There are a number of caverns here in the Shenandoah Valley, which basically sits on ancient limestone that can be dissolved into tunnels as water makes it way through it for many hundreds of years.

Sharing with The Barn Collective

Me, Ryley, Doug, Josie, Sue


14 comments:

  1. What a wonderful farm setting! The hand and the cavern are great. Thanks Linda for linking up this week, I hope to see you back again. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  2. I love the shot of the farm and the last shot in the cavern is wonderful. Enjoy your new week ahead!

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  3. oh the caverns sound so great! I love places like that. Great picture of your hand!

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  4. Your photos make me want to visit. I'm enticed.

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  5. That's a pretty farm scene. I like the hand silhouette shot. Very nice family shot too. I'm not a big fan of going into caves because they make me feel claustrophobic, but you all look like you are having fun. :)

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  6. love your barn view and the caverns look so neat.

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  7. I love your blog. I am from the Shenandoah valley and your picture make me feel at home!

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  8. The barn scene is perfect, the hand godzilla-like. I usually go to Dixie Caverns. It's closer to us.

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  9. That's a gorgeous farm scene!
    Visiting from The Barn Collective~

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  10. I love the scenery and peaceful farm. Looks like you had fun exploring.

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  11. This is one of the local caverns I have yet to visit.

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  12. Well that hand picture turned out very cool.

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  13. I love that first view...the caverns look interesting.

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