June 20, 2021

The View from Lone Pine Drive

Timberville, Virginia

Sometimes I drive down a country road just to see what's there. I spotted some antique cars across from a storefront church. Faith Lutheran Church of the Valley was founded in 2010. 

Inspired Sunday.

As I drove farther from Route 211, I passed several farms.

I took the last picture through a car window. The glass has an aqua tint which I did not completely eliminate using "Pixlr." Right now I am avoiding Photoshop because it uses so much memory on my laptop. 
For me barns, see Tom's blog.


  1. I thought the church was another store at first till I spotted the cross. Some nice classics in the town

  2. ...your first barn is my favorite, it's simple and simply beautiful.

  3. Hello,
    The church looks different for sure. I love the views of the farms and barns. Take care, have a happy new week!

  4. i think that is a huge reason why i love VA, rural scenes. love the antique cars, very cool. such style. i appreciate them so much. have a great week. ( ;

  5. Very nice old cars.
    I like the barn pictures too.

    All the best Jan

  6. Beautiful photos. I am the same way with country roads. Please excuse my ignorance, what are those round structures in front of the barns?


    1. Silos. They were used for storing grain.

  7. Oh I do love those vintage cars Linda 💙


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