S: A Glimpse of Southwest Virginia Volume 1
BC: Stop look listen run. A train comes fast in the distance. | Photographer, Rodney Shortridge, has had his pictures published in local newspapers including Clinch Valley News & Free Press & a local magazine The Bluestone Review. Rodney has lived in Southwest Virginia his entire life. He is currently majoring in photography and radio broadcasting at Southwest Virginia Community College. | Caption contributed by Amy Shortridge Dakota Shortridge Rodney Shortridge
FC: A Glimpse of Southwest Virginia | Take a ride in me and Southwest Virginia you will see. | Photography by Rodney Shortridge
1: Time has impaired us yet our worn beauty prevails. Standing together waiting, reflecting on customers past.
2: Just like old glory, nothing runs better than a deere.
3: Red is the color of sacrifice, the color of love, of passion. Blue drowns the sky as sweet flowers tease us with their alluring tint.
4: I left the gate open for you to come over.
5: Graceful and majestic. Wondrous and still. Strong and luscious and real enough to feel.
7: Silly, smiley different looking creatures. Posing proudly for all to envy.
8: Beauty surrounds this great big world we should enjoy it in all its form.
9: Dark winding meticulously placed threads of insect destruction. Hanging solemnly just craving a catch..
10: Reflective destructive precious life giving.
11: Gorgeous green mountains surround me and my son in a luscious back ground of tantalizing trees peaceful water and beyond belief blue skies.
12: My brother, his ghost United we stood For glory, freedom Forgiveness honor A shackle released.
13: Lonesome, dim and barely alive. Dusty and dirty, cold and dark. Desiring life. Yearning for color.
14: Peaceful beauty before the abhor sky.
15: Natures parchment, before covered in a canvas of white.
16: Dark mysterious skies tempting the moon to break its beauty.
17: Glowing there you mock me. Looking down all you see this child who longs to be.
18: Blinding blankets of cool flakes drown the land in a pure embrace just waiting for the sun's grace.
19: Take a little time to really look I wont hang around as long as this picture you took.