Here’s a photo from Virginia Beach at sunrise in late May, 2019. I used a dark black and white filter when taking the photo, but everything else is natural.
While this photo looks like a sunset, it was actually a sunrise. I took it in Virginia Beach on April 17, 2017.
Back around 4:30am on January 13, 2014, I pulled into a rest area in Virginia after staying in Virginia Beach for a while (and experiencing a tornado warning there), and found this cat waiting for me.
I’ll guess that I’ve spent at least two or three months of my life living in a particular hotel in Virginia Beach (including finishing the Scala Cookbook there), and this photo/painting is an ode to that place.
A “Love” sign you might find at a rest area somewhere in Virginia.
I call this one, “Up With the Sun, Gone With the Wind.”
(April 13, 2017)
Traditionally I’ve spent a number of Aprils in Virginia Beach.
This photo looks like a sunset to me, but it’s from a sunrise in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Mama always told me not to look into the eye’s of the Sun ... sunrise in Virginia Beach, April, 2017.
I have no statistical proof of it, but my eyes (and sinuses) tell me that a lot of people smoke in Virginia, many more than where I live in Colorado. I had forgotten how much I dislike the smell of cigarette smoke.