Writer, teacher, ecologist and protector of old growth forest, Joan Maloof will be one of four speakers at the Tree Symposium, Sunday, April 6, 2014
Giles wrote about the Rivanna several times.
One characteristic of the Woolen Mills historic houses is front porches, I love sitting on a front porch, having a visit. Steve was scraping paint so after saying hello we split.
Pictured above, Gabe’s truck, parked on West Main, February, 1994. No one broke in.
A good man gone.
Joy’s last CRHA meeting was back in June. Haven’t seen anything about her departure from that board in the news. She did the prep and asked important questions.
Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday (July 3) to hold a public hearing on Aqua Virginia’s proposal to provide water and sewer to Zion Crossroads – though the county administrator and country attorney strongly oppose the plan.–Fluvanna Review
Interesting story out of Fluvanna County. (Jobs, water, rivalry, not listening to the attorney… Fluvanna Review has the story)
My favorite aspect of the Look3 festival is hearing photographers talk. They’d run slides while the photographer on the spot would converse with an interviewer. Honesty, humility and reverence made multiple appearances during these conversations: the format is revelatory, productive and beautiful.
Local resident, photographer and National Geographic photography editor at large, Nick Nichols, was one of those interviewed. Pausing here as he prepared to exit stage right.
pre and post cupcake
Former neighbor, Paul Whitehead. Often up to something creative. Moved back to San Francisco.