Spring in Virginia
Spring is the busiest time of year for me. Both of my kids have sports virtually every night of the week plus games and that means I’m getting home from work, finding anything for dinner, and then driving off to a practice or game (often both). I try to find time to do my Spartan Race training but the weather has been uncooperative with my asthma. So needless to say, spring hasn’t given me much time for hiking or photos. It has been raining for 4 days now and all I want is to get to a waterfall. I also want to go see baby owls. I want to work on my macro photography. I haven’t had time for hikes but do find time to get out into nature a bit. That’s what counts.
What are you photographing this spring? Where are you hiking?
Here is a bit of what I’ve captured over the past month.
Posted on May 17, 2018, in Photography and tagged butterfly, Flowers, Great Falls National Park, Loudoun County, macro photography, Nature, Nature Photography, Photography, rainbow, Virginia, waterfall, Wildflowers, Wildlife. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.