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Summer 2007:
Staunton, etc.

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Flowers, natural scenery

Honeysuckle flowers at Montgomery Hall Park. (May 30, 2007)


Black Bear, about 30 yards away, along the Appalachian Trail in the Shenandoah National Park. * (June 16, 2007)

Black Bear

Orchid (July 6, 2007)


A honeybee draws nectar from a thistle flower. (July 9, 2007)

Thistle, bee

Mimosa tree flowers at the corner of Greenville Avenue and Barterbrook Road; Roll mouse over this image to see a closeup. (July 11, 2007)


Miscellaneous events

Members of the Rolling Thunder veterans motorcycle club pay their respects to fallen comrades at Staunton National Cemetary, on Memorial Day. (May 28, 2007)

Rolling Thunder, Staunton National Cemetary

Staunton Braves baseball game, during a "company night" in which the local Red Cross chapter participated. (July 6, 2007)

Staunton Braves baseball game

Churches and landmarks in Staunton

The Belle Grae Inn, with the Victorian architecture that was typical of Staunton's "boom" years in the late 19th Century. (May 30, 2007)

Trinity Episcopal Church, one of the oldest churches in the Shenandoah Valley. (May 30, 2007)

Trinity Episcopal Church

Emmanuel Episcopal Church, our parish. This photo has been retouched to remove electric wires over the street. (June 23, 2007)

Emmanuel Episcopal Church

Wright's Dairy-Rite: the iconic 1950s-era drive-in that predated McDonalds. (July 4, 2007)

Wright's Dairy-Rite 2