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Hampton Roads Photography Location Guide: Great Bridge Battlefield and Waterways Historic Park


The Great Bridge and Battlefield and Waterways Park is located in Chesapeake, Virginia just north of the Great Bridge bridge. This park is an historic park as it is serves as a tribute to the history of the Battle of Great Bridge which was fought on December 9, 1775 during the Revolutionary War. 841 more words

Sunrise at Buckroe Beach

Friday morning, I went to Buckroe Beach in Hampton, Virginia for the first time in twenty-something years to photograph the sunrise. I was pleasantly surprised with the change in the beach since I was last there with the addition of jetties and shoreline rocks, and a pier. 205 more words

Hampton Roads Photography Location Guide: Phoebus Waterfront Park


Phoebus Waterfront Park is located off Mellen Street in downtown Phoebus. There is a 96-foot pier with an attached floating dock. This waterfront park is fairly new as it had its grand opening in March 2019. 735 more words

When It Rains on Your Nature Photo Shoot

A couple of weekends ago, I had plans to open up First Landing State Park in Virginia Beach, Virginia when it opened at 8:00 a.m. to do a nature photo shoot around the grounds of the park. 1,039 more words

Jaydie's Qualifying Round Results

Jaydie’s qualifying round performance has been logged, check below or on the standings page to see how he did.

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Hampton Roads Photography Location Guide: Newport News Park-Part 1

Newport News Park is a hidden gem for the Hampton Roads nature photographer. This park is located, of course, in the City of Newport News, Virginia and is one of the largest city-operated parks in the United States. 1,015 more words

Hampton Roads, Virginia Photography Location Guide Blog Series

I will be starting a series of blog posts regarding Hampton Roads photography location guide for my local area in coastal Virginia. As I visit and photograph each location in the Hampton Roads area, I will post about my experience at that location and the potential for photography. 329 more words