The Pump House is a historic pumping station located in the Byrd Park area of Richmond, Virginia. The Pump House was built in 1881-1883 in a Victorian Gothic style. A group Friends of Pump House have taken on the task to renovate the Pump House
Misty on The Z-Dam
Early morning mist begins to clear from the warm October waters of the James River at the Z-Dam in Richmond, Virginia
Fall Reflections at the Quarry
Fall has arrived at the Rock Quarry on Belle Isle. The water is high leading to reflections of fall in the quarry, in Richmond, Virginia
This barrier of trees in the James River have always caught my eye. On this morning before sunrise, the blue hour reflects in the river surround these small trees
Great Shiplock Park
Early fall reflections in the Kanawha Canal at the Great Shiplock Park in Richmond, Virginia
The trees are almost bare but still give a peaceful reflection in the Kanawha Canal at the Great Shiplock Park in Richmond, Virginia. The Great Shiplock Park is a part of the James River Park System
The Kanawha Canal comes to a slow crawl at the old locks along Chapel Island. Chapel Island is a part of the James River Park System in Richmond, Virginia
Blue Light Special
Beautiful soft sun light and a blue sky surrounds the CSX A-Line railroad bridge, that crosses the James River in Richmond, Virginia
Through The Arch
The CSX A-Line railroad bridge is a curious place for some Richmonders to risk a walk below and sometimes above and along the railroad tracks.
Reedy Creek Trail
Fall colors along Reedy Creek, and plenty of fallen leaves in the creek, along the Buttermilk Trail, in Richmond, Virginia
Pony Pasture located along the south bank of the James River is a favorite location to view scenic sunsets and sunrise. One can find blue herons nesting on the rocks
Richmond Canal Walk
Fall is reflected in the Kanawha Canal along the Canal Walk in Richmond, Virginia
There's A Ribbon in The Sky
The blue hour creates rainbow colors reflecting in the James River at Robious Landing Park, in Midlothian, Virginia
Lavender rain clouds reflecting in the James River at Robious Landing Park in Midlothian, Virginia
Misty On The Z-Dam
Fog and mist lifts off the Z-Dam on the James River on the fall early morning, along Riverside Drive, in Richmond, Virginia
Fall Colors Along the Tracks
Scenic fall colors as you cross the tracks to Reedy Creek Park in Richmond, Virginia
The Woods Are Lovely, Dark and Deep
The Wetlands, is located along the south banks of the James River. The Wetlands is a quite part of the James River Park System, where you will find walking paths, beaches, and opportunities for bird watching.
Dry fields in the Wetlands is now full after weeks of spring rains. The Wetlands is a part of the James River Park System in Richmond, Virginia.
Leisure Stroll at Belle Isle
Belle Isle is a part of the James River Park System and a favorite locations where people walk, sunbath and enjoy scenic view from the many large rocks in the James River.
Layers of Light
Scenic blue hour near the foot of the Lee Bridge in Richmond, Virginia
Morning Sun Along The Pipeline
The pipeline is a part of the James River Park System in Richmond, Virginia. One can gain access to the pipeline via a small ladder. In the spring you can see Blue Herons that gather on the Heron Rookery.
The CSX A-Line railroad bridge is a curious place for some Richmonders to risk a walk below and sometimes above along the railroad tracks. Rest assured this is one location that I will never venture to again.
Basking In Evening Sun
The CSX A-Line railroad bridge reflects the evening sun on this summer evening.
Pony Pasture is good location to view a good sunset with reflections of color in the James River. Pony Pasture is a part of the James River Park System.
Hiking paths are illuminated by spring sunshine in the Wetlands. The Wetlands is a peaceful location in the James River Park System.
Enter the Forest
One of several hiking trails that lead to Huguenot Flatwater. Huguenot Flatwater is a part of the James River Park System
The Beach at The Wetlands
This scenic cove in the Wetlands is a small beach, with views of Williams Island. This is a favorite swimming hole for dogs.