Tag Archives: Red Hill Virginia

voting at Red Hill

For what must be the fifth time in 21 years, I voted in the presidential election at Red Hill School, just south of where I live. And for what was definitely the FIRST time in 21 years, I was excited, … Continue reading

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into the wild…and back again

This little story was a big part of our spring, and “the view from Red Hill” seems like the place to put it in writing. In April, shortly after one of our photographing and bush-whacking expeditions down around the quarry … Continue reading

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a good place for dogs is a good place for people

Before we moved to Red Hill, we lived in town, but my husband Terry always said that the only way to live in a good place was to live in a place that was good for dogs. His reasoning was … Continue reading

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a local habitation: creating a sense of place

Lily in the paradise trees, 1987 Having posted so many digital pictures recently, I’ve been feeling the urge to balance all the color with some black-and-white. I’ve also wanted to put up some square (medium format) images, which I return … Continue reading

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