A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
No traffic jam getting to the Outfitters. You know, since Bud retired he has worked for Walkabout here in Lex and is sometimes at the V.View and downtown stores. Have caught Montezuma’s Revenge from the kids at school and my voice is gone and I am coughing continually.....yuck. Like your shot.
Campbell Avenue? When I was growing up in Roanoke, it was a one way street. I was quite surprised to find it changed.I love the photo!!
I don't think it's blah. I like looking up the road and seeing the blue skies pulls your eyes towards the sky....
I think that is a good shot! Not blah at all.
Something in this photo that I so like. I think the color, the composition, the blueness of the sky, very beautiful! Happy weekend!SWF
Oh this is not blah, the road, buildings and clouds combined make a stunning scene. Well captured!
I like the subdued street portion of this shot too. Nice sky even though not that unusual. Have a great weekend.
I like the contrasts and textures in this lovely capture.
I think the clouds in the sky are fascinating.
Looks like my kind of street. Great shot.
this is a very nice shot...loved how uve got the bare tree coming into the skies...good stuff!Cheers,Saturday Sareenity
Hi Tanya, I grew up not too far from Roanoke in the small town of Big Stone Gap, VA.. I have a friend that I graduated with (Nancy Paye) who lives in Roanoke. Neat city!!!! We go near there when we are on the Blue Ridge Parkway.Did you all get alot of snow from this latest system. Here in Crossville, TN--we got about 2 inches.Hugs,Betsy
Great shot. It really portrays a small town feel. Darryl and Ruth :)
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)