I live in Woodbridge, Virginia. When I’m out and about, I love Leesylvania State Park. Nice trails to walk dogs on, the Potomac River tides changing and bringing new things to the shore, enactors bringing the Lives of the people that lived on the property so long ago.
This is the challenge. To find the perfect photo, I may actually select several to show you. It is the most popular state park in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As an open park, there are picnic pavilions, a field for soccer, volleyball, a fishing pier or pick a sandy bank. Wild creatures abound: the busy beaver (best to leave it be), deer, squirrels, geese, ducks, possum, groundhogs, bald eagles and osprey, herons, ibis, and many more. If you are ever in the DC area, it’s a half hour drive from the city in non-traffic hours. I like the cooler seasons the best, but summer is lively there.
After I picked these photos, I found the one that shows my forgotten garden.