December 4, 2017

Out Here in the Country


Today's photos are loosely connected by their Shenandoah location. The first scene is just off Back Road. The vertical shot of a log house is in Middletown. The farm in the third picture is near Fishers Hill.

Then I take you back in time to a month ago, when autumn's colors were still bright. That season doesn't last long but I'm not done with it yet.



The bird is the same young starling I shared on Saturday. He moved to a different rail and was looking over the lake. My zoom lens helps me see some wonderful things. 

The closing photo is a sunset at Dickey Ridge, Shenandoah National Park. 



13 comments:

  1. ...Linda, once again you have collected some wonderful images of the Shenandoah Valley. Thanks so much for sharing and please stop back again.

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  2. Your sunset is beautiful, as is the entire area where you live.

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  3. nice sunset, a great way to end a day

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  4. Hello, gorgeous collection of images. The sunset is lovely. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  5. A very pleasant series of fine pictures. The sunset was a great way to end the series.

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  6. Finally the Fall in California is bright (somewhat:)). The hills are so pretty, and a log cabin is always a winner! Many thanks for Linda showing all Seasons this valley!
    Did you begin prepping for Christmas?
    Have a beautiful week!

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    1. I've done very little for Christmas. Guess I need to get with it.

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  7. Beautiful photos! I love the bird and the sunset.

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  8. Beautiful photos! The third one is my favorite

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