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Monday, August 30, 2021

Last of No-name photos



Tree at the end of PeeVine Road.

This road is sort of special. Five years before my wife Mary and I met, just fresh out of high school and only 18, Mary got the urge to buy a motorcycle. 

She got a used BMW bike, taught herself how to ride it and change gears. The road in the photo, just a couple of miles out of town, is 
where she went every time out to hone her skills.

She had the bike for only a couple of months, got bored with it, sold it and moved on. Besides, Winter was not far away and she needed a car for work.

It is a beautiful road and the tree in the view just adds to the roads mysteries. Won't say any more.

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Friday, August 27, 2021

No-name Photo



Country farm drive, on a foggy morning, in the mountains of Western Maryland … 


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Wednesday, August 25, 2021

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Breakwater at Black Point on Jamestown Island, VA. Early on a foggy morning…

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Monday, August 23, 2021

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Black Point at the Eastern tip of Jamestown Island, Virginia…

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Friday, August 20, 2021

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Steps leading up to "Jefferson's Rock, in Harper's Ferry, WV. 


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Wednesday, August 18, 2021

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View of Burnside Bridge that I took a few years ago. At the time I knew nothing of a similar image that had been taker shortly after the battle of Antietam. 

This is the view that Union soldiers had while approaching the bridge before the battle, at this bridge, began.

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Monday, August 16, 2021

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Seen in the middle of a field, up on a hill, is a basketball court. Very interesting…


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Friday, August 13, 2021

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Looking North from the C&O Canal Towpath , about a mile from Cumberland, MD, one can see the Steeple and Dome of the Allegany County Courthouse… 


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Wednesday, August 11, 2021

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A Bank-barn on a WV country farm. It is called a Bank-barn because one end is in a bank so that hay can be driven in on a cart or wagon and stored, and then dumped down through holes in the floor to feed the livestock that is kept in the bottom part of the barn. 

The livestock enters in through the doors on the bottom of the barn at the end of the bank where it is lower.

Even on stormy days it works wonderfully… 

 
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Monday, August 9, 2021

No-name Photo



When a camera is handy and ready to grab, even driving a car on a back country road, it is possible to get interesting photos; if you are quick enough… 


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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Road Side Memories



Another no-name photo. You look at it and see what name comes to mind…


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Monday, August 2, 2021

Welcome



Taking some time off in August so I will be posting some "no-name" photos every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. So, see you in September, as the song goes, and "Welcome" to no-name August photos…


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