June 17, 2022

Recent Scenes, Seven Bends State Park

Yesterday I showed you some scenes from the park and today I have some more.


I stopped by there on Monday and took some pictures of flowers, the river, and a fishing class for girls. These are all scenes on the old Camp Lupton section of the park.

See the Friends of Seven Bends State Park page.





Oh, I wanted to mention that I've been having problems with comments not showing up. Blogger has been indiscriminately marking them as spam and even though I read them in my comments list, they were not showing up under the posts. So until they fix this, I need to check my spam folder every day and click the checkbox and publish them.

Here is an interesting sky that I saw yesterday after I took a picture of the sign to the park.

16 comments:

  1. Good to see those girls out there enjoying nature.

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  2. ...there can never be too many parks.

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  3. Your last shot feels like a phoenix.

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  4. Agreed. Good to see those girls out enjoying nature instead of inside playing video games. Agree with William that the last image looks like a phoenix. May I ask, why is the park named Seven Bends?

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    1. It is named for the “Seven Bends” of the Shenandoah River. There are actually more than that, but that was the number you could see from the mountain.

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  5. Lovely Shenandoah photos. Yes to that bird of a cloud.

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  6. Great series! I have been having the same problems with the spam folder and comments. I have to check every day now. I don’t think we are alone on that.

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  7. Oh, I like your black and white - and that cloud formation is fascinating!
    Yes, I've had comment problems as well. I have to check all the time.

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  8. Pretty b&w photo with the reflection. The clouds in the last photo look like a large bird or airplane!

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  9. I'm having the same problem as you as far as commenters (some long time readers, usually!) being marked as spam. Your interesting sky sure is interesting; to me it looked like a bird. Nice shot of butterfly weed (I think), too. Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  10. A fishing class for girls - how great is that! Blogger is annoying also me lately!

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  11. I love milk weed blooms, Thanks for sharing with Garden Affair.

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  12. Dawno nie zwiedzałam z Tobą ciekawych miejsc. Zawsze to lubiłam. dziękuję Ci za te wycieczki! Pozdrawiam!

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  13. Beautiful pictures. I miss living near a state park.

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