A town worth visiting, there is a lot to do here and except for the Caverns it doesn't cost an arm and a leg.
Building along the Hawksbill Greenway in downtown Luray, VA
This building is right beside the building in the previous shot.
Warehouse Art Gallery located just off of Main Street. The gallery is over 7,000 square feet and is used for a multitude of activities, including musical performances, receptions and wine tastings.
Just a small part of a chainsaw art character by artist Glenn Richardson
Artist Card by Mary delaFontaine
Artist in Residence by Chance Liscomb.
Mascot for the Luray High School Class of 1965.
Decisions by Cynthia Greene.
Black-crowned Night Heron
This is only the third time I've seen one of these birds.
Showing the wings of the Black-crowned Night Heron as it flies away from me. The wing-span of the bird is approximately 40 inches.
Singing Tower that stands across the road from Luray Caverns. It was built in 1937.
Page Theatre along East Main Street.
Fly fisherman along Hawksbill Greenway
Even though this photograph shows a somewhat sparse crowd the locals did turn out as the cold, windy evening progressed.
Unfortunately I was only able to get a few shots of the old buildings and farmhouses while driving around the area. There weren't any pull-off areas along the narrow two-lane roads outside of the city limits. I saw a lot but it wasn't safe to stop.
Jewelry stand inside the Page Valley Flea Market near Stanley, VA. The market is housed in two old chicken coops that are probably 250 feet long.
One of several monuments dedicated to CSA veterans of the Civil War.
There is only one set of train tracks in Luray, and I was lucky enough to get this shot of a Norfolk Southern train as it went flying through town.