2016/01/24

Branta canadensis

Filed under: fauna,neighborhood,riverine,weather — WmX @ 13:56
downtown mall

Friday morning, snow quietly begins in Charlottesville

Riverview Park, Saturday.

Saturday was another story. Cold, snow blowing.

I ran into some folk on the Rivanna trail wearing snow shoes.

I ran into some folk on the Rivanna trail wearing snow shoes.

woolen mills chapel

Skiers from Fifeville

playing with gravity

Non-city sanctioned, recreation in the street. My favorite aspect of a snow storm, bipeds reclaim the commons, temporarily people, rule.

C&O CSX Buckingham Bramch

C&O railroad bridge, Moores Creek. Anyone know what year this was built?

snow load

Woolen Mills roofs, Alexander, Milby, Hudson, Timberlake…

snow shovelers walk the street

Momentary uptick in entrepreneurial activity.

2016/01/13

night rain

Filed under: night,sisters,weather — WmX @ 13:13
EG HP night

twins, east on Market, rain

2016/01/02

into the mystery

Filed under: couples,weather — WmX @ 15:14
Mulberry Row

Let go into the mystery
Let yourself go
And when you open up your heart
You get everything you need.–Van Morrison

2015/12/07

Volvo P30

Filed under: time machine,weather — WmX @ 08:19
eastham engineering parking lot

Weather improves any photo.

2015/11/09

Riverview

Filed under: dead,neighborhood,weather — WmX @ 09:25
riverview cemetery dawn

THE RIVERVIEW CEMETERY COMPANY was incorporated by a group of local businessmen on December 29, 1892 with a mission to establish a cemetery “near and convenient” to the City of Charlottesville and properly ornamented with “trees, shrubbery or flowers.” In February 1892 the Company made its first land purchase of 27.95 acres from the Charlottesville Land Company for $6,987.50. Riverview continued to amass small quantities of land over the years from neighboring lot owners, residents and the Albemarle Golf Club on its western border. Local residents Henry Clay Marchant, Mrs. M.J. Burgess and J.S. Barksdale purchased the first burial plots on December 6, 1894. Seventeen more were sold between 1894 and 1899, several to board members and officers of the Cemetery Company.–Lara Day Kozak

2015/10/05

wet basement

Filed under: slabtown,weather — WmX @ 06:58

reflecting pond

897 gallons of water in the house


high water

Under normal conditions I can kayak underneath this boardwalk.


The bald cypress is fenced off, its a favorite of local deer. Usually it is high and dry.

The bald cypress is fenced off, its a favorite of local deer. Usually it is high and dry.

2015/10/04

Riverview Park

Filed under: Charlottesville,dogs,Urban Planning,weather — WmX @ 12:58
dogs walking their people

A dog will walk. No one complaining presently about the weather being hot and dry. This is a portion of the trail that circles Charlottesville.

2015/09/22

Tree island

Filed under: slabtown,weather — WmX @ 09:30
morning ground fog

Locusville Farm, Slabtown Road

2015/09/18

when the rain came

Filed under: Charlottesville,weather — WmX @ 06:48
downtown mall

September 10: after several weeks of dry weather there was rain.

2015/07/18

Corrotoman River clouds

Filed under: riverine,slabtown,weather — WmX @ 10:27
Looking toward Weems, Virginia

Looking toward Weems, Virginia

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