Andrew home Photo gallery Virginia, Summer 2005

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Luray Caverns

The "bacon" (which to me looks more like towels hanging up to dry) and a formation of "icicles" at Luray Caverns, in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. These photos were taken without use of flash. (August 14, 2005)

Crawford Mountain

Mountain laurel flowers, near the summit of Crawford Mountain (elev. 3,760 feet), located about 20 miles west of Staunton. ABOVE: female Scarlet tanager, carrying an insect to her offspring. (June 25, 2005)

Ferns along the cool and lush Chimney Hollow trail, on the way back from Crawford Mountain. (June 25, 2005)

Hazy view of the west from the west slope of Crawford Mountain. ABOVE: Pale mushroom emerging from the moss. (June 25, 2005)

Shenandoah National Park

Jacqueline at The Oaks overlook, Shenandoah National Park. We saw at least two Chestnut-sided warblers at this location, and were fortunate to get a brief video clip, from which the above image is extracted. (June 5, 2005)

Andrew at the lower portion of Dark Hollow Falls, situated in a lush and cool valley just north of Big Meadows, in the center of Shenandoah National Park. (June 5, 2005)

The main portion of Dark Hollow Falls, about 100 feet high. We saw some Canada warblers, a Veery, and a Scarlet tanager (see video freeze frame above) during our hike in that area. (June 5, 2005)

On the road

En route to Northern Virginia, passing the exit from I-81 at Edinburg, VA, with Massanutten "Mountain" (actually a ridge) in the backround. (June 8, 2005)

Edinburg, VA

At home

Jacqueline at the iMac

Jacqueline at the iMac computer, contentedly downloading Marc Anthony tunes from the Apple Music Store. (June 11, 2005)