This image was the Monochrome challenge winner in the West Virginia group challenge on March 16, 2009.

On March 16, 2009 this image was featured in the West Virginia group.

On July 12, 2009 this image was featured in The Heartland group.

The Brinegar Cabin at Milepost 258 on the Blue Ridge Parkway in West Virginia. The Brinegar Cabin is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

This cabin was originally settled by Martin Brinegar in 1885. His wife, Caroline, brought along her mother’s four-poster weaving loom, which is still located on the site. The Brinegars occupied the cabin until 1935 when the land was purchased for construction of the Blue Ridge Parkway.

The cabin was preserved, along with Mrs. Brinegar’s 100+ year old loom which is used for craft and weaving demonstrations during the summer months. Guided nature walks and discussions, led by park rangers, are also available.

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Comments

  • IRISHPIX
    IRISHPIXalmost 6 years ago

    sooo beautifully composed ~ all elements are in there for the perfect mood of moment of solitude Pareicia~could live in that place~do you~hahahaha!

  • Fern Design
    Fern Designalmost 6 years ago

    this is so beautiful!! love it!!

  • stephaniek
    stephaniekalmost 6 years ago

    Looks like an interesting place to visit!! Thanks for sharing!! :-))

  • naturelover
    natureloveralmost 6 years ago

    Old and quaint- what a cracking shot of this delightful cabin-thanks for the info!!!

  • savosave
    savosavealmost 6 years ago

    great capture Patricia

  • maxy
    maxyalmost 6 years ago

    Gorgeous angle – must have been a lovely home at one time. Sounds like a fun place to visit. Excellent work – I love the B&W tones you use here!

  • Bob Moore
    Bob Moorealmost 6 years ago

    Thanx,
    Patricia, the BRP will be a major factor in an upcoing biz proposal I’m putting together…
    b

    ps luv the capture…

  • Richard Hamilton-Veal
    Richard Hamilt...almost 6 years ago

    Stunning capture Patricia.
    Love the editing also.

  • Farmncamera
    Farmncameraalmost 6 years ago

    Oh….. love first, the lighting!!! And the processing is out of this world!! So much to see, on the BRP!!!! :) XOXO

  • Davies
    Daviesalmost 6 years ago

    Fabulous capture Patricia.

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