511 Virgina advisory: • On US-250 Augusta Co., near I-81S Ramp 222A, Delays: vehicle accident. The West right shoulder is closed. • I-81 mile 246.2 in the City of Harrisonburg, Delays: disabled vehicle. The South right shoulder is closed.
We thank these Shenandoah Valley photographers who have contributed their artwork to this website and who have granted us permisson to use it (alphabetical order):
Blandy Experimental Farm-State Aboretum
Tim J. Farmer is the Public Relations Coordinator at Blandy Experimental Farm and is an expert photographer.
Different Light Studio
Deb Booth owns and operates Different Light Studio in Lyndhurst, Virginia. Her initial work involved floral photography, and has since expanded to include fractals. Her collections include scenic photographs of the Shenandoah Valley.
Burton R. Floyd
Burton Floyd is photographer and graphic designer in Lexington, Virginia who loves to experience and record the beauty of Virginia‘s Shenandoah Valley.
Land Matters Photography
William I. Spinrad, Jr. resides in Frederick County, Va. and is a former Park Ranger with the National Park Service, as well as a Land Resources Officer. He has a degree in Geology and working towards a Masters in Recreation Resources Management. He works part time as a Visitor Assistant at the Virginia State Arboretum/Blandy Experimental Farm in Boyce, Virginia, and believes in conserving land and natural and cultural resources. Photography is both a hobby and a professional pursuit. Mr. Spinrad owns and operates Land Matters Photography.
Manny L. Jose
Manny Jose has loved the Shenandoah Valley since the mid-1970s when he came to the area as a university student. He moved back to the Valley permanently in 1999. Subsequently, since 2012, he has been passionately taking photographs to capture the scenic beauty, rich history, unique people groups and cultures, and current happenings in the Valley.
Charles Oliver has been involved with fine art professionally since 1969 when he returned home from Vietnam and the Marine Corps. During the early 70s he worked as an art consultant to fine artists and exhibited his works in many shows in the Philadelphia, New Jersey and New York areas.
Shenandoah County Historical Society
The Shenandoah County Historical Society supports historic building and site preservation as well as collects and preserves information about the history of Shenandoah County, Virginia. In parnership with Shenandoah County, SCHS operates a visitor's center and museum in the 1795 Historic Shenandoah County Courthouse in Woodstock, Virginia.