Years ago we left Washington, D.C. and drove west along I-66, when we passed a sign that read, "Skyline Drive." "Let's go there," I said.
In December 2019 we took the same drive and decided to go there again.
Skyline Drive is a ridge road that runs through the Shenandoah National Park. The views off to one side look into the Shenadoah Valley and those off the other are equally beautiful.
But there is a sameness about them. So I began making photographs of the rock formations on the opposite side of the road. Some of the rocks are volcanic, dating back to the the Precambrian Era. Others are sedimentary, laid down when the inland seas washed in an out of the North American Continent.
When choosing imges to show you, I chose the most abstract images I could find.