The Virginia Tourism Corporation has a fun little project to show everyone that there really is a lot of love in Virginia. “Virginia is for Lovers” is a slogan that’s been associated with the state for as long as I can remember.
There are LOVEworks cropping up all over the state. And I thought it’d be fun to see how many I could capture in images during 2015.
Here’s the official web site for the LOVEworks.
Not all of the LOVEworks are listed there, apparently. I’d thought there were about 42, but I read recently that there are actually hundreds. I think just the big ones are listed there. And that list keeps growing.
Yep, you read right. I am chasing a moving target. But I am still on the chase.
Here are the links to some posts with my captures:
- Valentine’s Day (features LOVEworks captured in Luray, Culpeper, and Waynesboro)
- LOVEwork in Manassas
- Downtown Harrisonburg LOVEwork
- Not all LOVE is equal; Purcellville LOVE doesn’t shine
- Double LOVE near Afton
- Forgotten LOVE in Etlan
- Lame LOVE in Bristol
- Creative LOVE in Bristol
- LOVEworks in Petersburg, Hopewell, Richmond, and Ashland
- LOVE on the Road in Galax, Bastian, and Covington
- Loving Virginia’s Diversity (Spotsylvania)
- LOVEly Drive to Roanoke
- Scattered LOVE on VA’s Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck
- Nine LOVEworks captured in one trip… Whole Lotta LOVE
All of the LOVE in One Spot
As of this update — July 4, 2016 — I have captured 46 LOVEworks!
Even if I don’t capture all of them in images, I’ve been enjoying my search for LOVE. 🙂
A little LOVE counts, too:
- D-Day Memorial Visitor’s Center, Bedford Mini LOVE