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Category Archives: Leesylvania State park
Last Friday and Saturday, I went to Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge and Leesylvania State Park to try to find and photograph some of the many migratory birds that are passing through northern Virginia on their way up north to … Continue reading
Last week, while cruising leisurely around Lake Montclair, where I live in Virginia, I spotted one of the many Great Blue Herons that also live on the lake. I brought my boat within about 25 feet of the heron, who … Continue reading
This weekend, to get some fresh air, get out of the house, and maybe find something worth photographing, I went to my standby little piece of the natural world, Leesylvania State Park (LSP), in Prince William County, Virginia. It is … Continue reading
Over the last few weeks, I have been photographing a variety of birds at a number of nearby northern Virginia locations, and it is time to devote an article to them, starting with a male Indigo Bunting (above and below). … Continue reading
It has been a great couple of weeks and weekend. I have been doing a lot of photography some of which I will share in this article to include the images that I have taken recently. Because of all of … Continue reading
On Friday, I went to Leesylvania State Park near our home in Virginia. I posted an article about it on Friday afternoon from my iPhone with a couple of the images taken with my iPhone. It’s amazing what one can … Continue reading