You have often talk about where I live, and about how much I love rural country living. Today I would like to share some photographs with you that I took today (09-Jun-2018) for a photoshoot.
The town of Roseland, Virginia consists of a post office, a fire station, and a funeral home. It's also my polling station when November rolls around. Today, the Roseland Volunteer Rescue Squad put on a celebration to help raise money for the organization. The opening photograph in the slide show show the band The Little Mountain Boys entertaining a small crowed. People came out to enjoy the music, get a few eats, and watch a rescue helicopter land. Mostly people were just talking catching up on the latest news in the county, and maybe even enjoying a good piece of gossip. As a photojournalist I cover many of these types of events here in Nelson County, Virginia, and I always enjoy them. Life is simple here and much more laid back. That is why every weekend we get an influx of people from Northern Virginia who want to escape the rat race and hub-bub of city living and its daily grind. This is why I enjoy living here and what I wanted to share with you today dear reader. I hope you enjoy.