Monday

Weary Wings


When you're down and troubled and you need a helping hand 
and nothing,
 whoa, nothing is going right. 
Close your eyes and think of me 
and soon I will be there 
to brighten up even your darkest nights. 

 You just call out my name, 
and you know where ever I am 
I'll come running to see you again. 
Winter, spring, summer, or fall, 
all you have to do is call and I'll be there, 
yeah, yeah, you've got a friend.

Written by Carole King


Available - HERE 

Sunday

Clouds Over the Mountains


A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed... It feels an impulsion... this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know, too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond horizons. 
~ Richard Bach

View looking into Blackburg, Virginia
from the Brush Mountain area of Route 460

Available - HERE 






mountain art for sale

A Face in the Barn


Explore the world. Nearly everything is really interesting if you go into it deeply enough. 
~ Richard Feynman

Print Available - HERE 

Tuesday

Hummingbird - Little Angel in Flight

Across the downs a hummingbird 
Came dipping through the bowers, 
He pivoted on emptiness 
To scrutinize the flowers.
Nathalia Crane 

Available - HERE

Friday

Sinking Creek Covered Bridge - Giles County Virginia


Sinking Creek Covered Bridge 
70-foot-long red wooden bridge with a tin roof, built in 1916. 
Open to the public.
Giles County, Virginia

11 x 14 matted print Available thru New River Nature - 
contact:  newrivernature@yahoo.com

Larger prints/ canvas prints/ posters / cards
 available:

Do you have covered bridges in your area?

Thursday

Bunny Art - Black and White


Print Available - HERE

"To the quiet mind all things are possible." 
Meister Johann Eckhart

Saturday

Over Here Mom!


Being a parent is like being a catcher. 
You gotta handle whatever is thrown your way. 
 ― Tom Swyers

Have you ever watched the baby birds beg Mom/Dad for food?  They fluff up and display their wings as if to say ...."over here .... I'm over here" 
and then usually the parent comes over and feeds them, 
which is exactly what happened
after I took this shot :)

Print Available - HERE 




Wednesday

Crossing Tom's Creek


"Wander a whole summer if you can...time will not be taken from the sum of your life. Instead of shortening, it will definitely lengthen it....."
 ― John Muir

Print Available - HERE 

FaceBook page - HERE 

Green Dragonfly


Magical places are always beautiful and deserve to be contemplated ... Always stay on the bridge between the invisible and the visible. 
~ Paulo Coelho

Wall Art and More Available - HERE 

Tuesday

Heritage Park Reflections


So come to the pond, 
or the river of your imagination, 
or the harbor of your longing, 
 and put your lips to the world. 
 And live your life. 
 ― Mary Oliver

Heritage Park - Blacksburg Virginia

 

Monday

Old Pembroke Bridge


Old Pembroke Bridge - Pembroke, Virginia
Giles County
Also known as New River Bridge

Info from the Library of Congress:

  The New River Bridge at Pembroke is unusual in its combination of various truss types and engineering details, many of which are unique in the area and survive only rarely statewide. Built in 1915-1916 by the Virginia Bridge and Iron Company of Roanoke, Virginia, it combines seven spans, six of which are carried by metal trusses of four different varieties. The bridge demonstrates the persistence of at least three early technological solutions generally abandoned by the turn of the century: nonriveted field constructions, the use of all pin connections (on the three main spans), and the incorporation of hand-forged welds and wrought iron for various structural members. Within the state, it contains the greatest number and variety of truss types for a given automotive crossing. Additionally, Virginia's longest Pennsylvania Petit through truss is found here, being the last of three bridges of this type to survive. Two other rare statewide features are metal column piers and a Pratt deck truss, the last of two to survive. The New River Bridge is nestled against Castle Rock, one of the most scenic natural formations in the region. The juxtaposition of technological and natural landmarks makes for a unique site.

Available - HERE 

Wednesday

Wild Birds - Tricolored Heron


Those who dwell among the beauties and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life. 
~Rachel Carson

This Print and More Available on my Website - HERE 

Solitary Heart



Bleeding Heart 

All that is worth cherishing begins in the heart. 
 ~ Suzanne Chapin

Available - HERE 



Tuesday

Geranium Jubilee


This Art created from my original photograph.

"Colors are the smiles of nature." 
 ~ Leigh Hunt

Print Available - HERE 


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