A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
The sign fits very well with the atmosphere. Weather is too dark and gloomy.
it certainly looks spooky
I doubt very much I would go out on Halloween night and trick or treat here :). Love the atmosphere you have captured, Tanya!
Nice moody shots.
Sounds and looks so spooky! Love it!
That is a wonderful name for a road and a farm!
Love seeing creative and uncommon names like this.Great find!
spooky shots! :)
Your photos do justice to the name. Yes, there must be a story here. Perhaps the farmer got a crop when none of his neighbors did?
Nice to rediscover this blog.
beautiful shots, where I grew up there were a lot of these cut in two homesteads-many friends of my parents. The kids would play in the barn while the adults stayed in the main house, we never had to worry about speeding cars. The darkness of your photo has a hint of black magic.
Good choice to show these in B&W.
So do they plant the black magic by seeds on the farm there? And where can you get 'em ?!
Definitely a spooky atmosphere about the place!~Lindy
Almost as spooky as Sunnybrook farm on a dark day or night.
The B&W shots really add to the air of mystery! :)
What a great name!
I love road name signs. We have a Chicken Dinner road here locally.
You know, there is a story and a mystery there.
Road names can be fun. After Virginia enacted the policy that even small roads (some of them just driveways) had to have signs, all sorts of creative names were posted. Oh, there's one on a hilly road near here called Four Wheel Drive.
Very Blair Witch'ish!
Very moody! Black and white tends to do that. Nice shots!
Brian took the words out my mouth! I love the atmospheric shots - it's like something out of a book!
I've been there and they sell fabulous chicken. We happened to be there on butcher day. Nothing Black Magic about it, just a great name and great product.
good to know, thank you!
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)