Beautiful Dogwood Canyon in the Mark Twain National Forest. Very lush and green.
A little over a year ago I decided I wanted to get a pair of those popular rubber boots. They are everywhere, they come in tons of colors and are so fashionable right now. But my reasons for wanting them weren’t for fashion but actually for the reason they are meant to be used for, walking around in the mud and muck.
My Grandpa lives about an hour and half north of where I do, in this little rural town on a farm. And this usually includes helping him with tons of things a city girl isn’t generally good at. Like operating a chainsaw, driving tractors and stuff like that. The thing that makes it even more funny is I am rather petite, I do wish someone would have taken a photo of me with the chainsaw; it was about as big as me; maybe the next time.
All this to say that those rubber boots came in hand when I decided I wanted to take some photos of the waterfalls near the James River. By the way my boots are a really pretty green and are actually the work kind.
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