Hello, Spring! (Evening Edition)

12 Apr

Welcome back. I am glad you decided to continue your virtual tour with me. Evenings are especially pretty here in OTW.

There’s just something about evening light. Photographers refer to the first and last hour of sunlight each day as “The Golden Hour.” I could get all technical, but you’d be bored. We’re just strolling, right? Simply put, that’s when colors come alive.

Our House

Our House

I often end up walking the dogs during this time. And I am always awed by the changing hues as the sky lights up, goes pink, and casts a golden hue on everything. I always have my phone with me, but it just doesn’t capture the light to my satisfaction.

Vignette

Vignette

So I decided to ditch the dogs for a change and capture some images with my real camera. I should have taken the tripod. The images would have been clearer. But I am still pleased with the snapshots I captured.

Church

Church

 

Fauquier County Buildings

Fauquier County Buildings

 

Ashby Street

Ashby Street

 

Flowering Trees

Flowering Trees

 

Sunset Over the Mountains

Sunset Over the Mountains

 

Reflection

Reflection

 

Courthouse Tower

Courthouse Tower

 

Pansies

Pansies

 

Main Street

Main Street

 

Main Street

Main Street

 

Flowering Tree

Flowering Tree

 

Main Street

Main Street

I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of walking around this lovely town.

Have I convinced you to come for a visit? Yes? Come on down. 🙂

Happy Friday!

5 thoughts on “Hello, Spring! (Evening Edition)

  1. Your pics could make a great movie. Looking at them makes me so happy that I live here!
    You have a calling woman!!!!!

  2. I wanna visit some day. So many places to visit, so little time off, sigh.

    Thanks for sharing the pictures. Sure is a beautiful town. I liked the sunset over the mountains picture. Nice to see the sun on a rainy Oregon morning.

  3. Thanks, Shan. I like that one, too. It was hard to catch the evening sky in the background.

    Brandy, we’d love to host you guys. I know what you mean about the lack of time off. Makes it hard to squeeze everything in.

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