|Day 64 03-03-2017|
Road tripping home, side stops at covered bridges and other intriguing sites. Walter's Mill Covered Bridge, 1859,
The bridge originally crossed Coxes Creek, four miles south of the town of Somerset. Major repairs were made in 1909, at which time wooden Burr arches were added to the bridge's original multiple kingpost truss system to accommodate heavier vehicles. Threatened with destruction, the bridge was moved to the Somerset Historical Center in the early 1960s.
|Day 65 03-06-2017|
A camelia repeat, they are so beautiful, and the cold of early spring is starting to burnish their petals brown.
|Day 66 03-07-2017|
iphone photo in black & white
“The minute I heard my first love story, I started looking for you, not knowing how blind that was.” ~Rumi
|Day 67 03-08-2017|
iphone photo, black and white
Ready for spring, patio dining at The Yards in Washington, DC
|Day 68 03-09-2017|
Blooming apricot tree. Cruel spring, warm for the last few days teasing us with glory, bitter cold weather is on it's way.
Friday's cheese board and prosecco with hibiscus blossoms. A lovely repast for a glorious day.
|Day 69 03-10-2017|
|Day 70 03-11-2017|
Who shall measure the heat and violence of the poet's heart when caught and tangled in a woman's body? ~Virginia Woolf
Photography, Old Store Lucketts, Lucketts, Virginia
Photography & prose by Terry Rowe.
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