|Eagle Rock, along the South Branch of the Potomac River near Upper Tract in Pendleton County.|
Tulips, Oglebay Park, Wheeling. Each year, in addition to local
residents, thousands of visitors travel long distances to enjoy the
vibrant colors on display in the well known tulip gardens at Oglebay.
Backlighting accentuates and saturates delicate colors, and careful positioning eliminates background distractions.
Rocks with Redbuds. Located in Pendleton County, Seneca Rocks is
one of West Virginia's most recognizable landmarks.
The best time to photograph Seneca Rocks is in the afternoon, when the sun illuminates the rock face.
Blossoms, with water droplets from a spring shower, at Oglebay Park in
The soft lighting of a rainy day is ideal for capturing detail in closeups.
|Waterfall with Maple leaves. This small waterfall near Middlebourne, Tyler County, normally only has water flowing following a recent rainfall.|
|Daffodils at Oglebay Park, Wheeling, WV. Each spring Oglebay Park features impressive displays of Daffodils.||Yellow Flag Iris, Canaan Valley State Park. This photo was taken near the golf course. The lodge can be seen in the background.|