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July 9th, 2010
The High Virginia Outdoors website is now up and running. New content is added daily. This website covers outdoors in Appalachia, with a different perspective. Nature,Photography,Tourism,History and Outdoor Recreation. My sites are now: www.highvirgi...
July 2nd, 2010
Yesterday was one of those downer days. Nothing was going right. I decided to stop by the river and stare into the water for awhile. And I actually took my camera with me. the wind was blowing and the sun was beating down pretty hard in the early aft...
June 29th, 2010
How many times have you not followed the number one photography rule: Always Have Your Camera...? I stopped by the local river today, on the way back from work. I am working with the WV Division of Natural Resources on the 09-14 statewide breeding bi...
June 21st, 2010
I had a pair of Tree Swallows nesting in a box this year. They raised 3 young. Two of the young were obviously larger than the other. The largest came out to test its wings on 6/18. The second one came out on the 19th. Both of them flew around most o...
June 20th, 2010
I had never seen one of these, until last summer. I just happened to notice it on a Blackberry plant. Don't get scared: it is actually about 1/2 of an inch long. The Spiny Oak-Slug (Euclea delphinii) is a caterpillar with extremely variable color pat...
June 11th, 2010
Butterflies are easy; right? That's what alot of people will lead you to believe. NOTHING in the real world, which is weak and fragile is easy to capture under real conditions. I was driving down a country road today, meadows on both sides, and no...
June 6th, 2010
Do you think that it is easy to create a collection of butterfly photos; in the real world? Try to do it and you will experience both the joy of adding new species and the sorrow of missed opportunities. I was working in my garden yesterday and a Bla...
May 31st, 2010
The Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta rubria) is an early migrant in my region of Appalachia. It can be found in April and is an erratic flier. It is a butterfly of woodland edges. The adults prefer to feed on rotting fruit and sap flows. The preferred l...
May 30th, 2010
Welcome to the High Virginia Images Slideshow- A showcase of natural life in Appalachia.