Monthly Archives: October 2011

Yellow tinged Ginkgo in a white whirl

How pretty, but odd to have snow before the Ginkgo drops its leaves. Advertisements

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Ginkgo a little more golden

In the dim light of this wet day, the Ginkgo appears a little more golden.

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A little too spooky–the spirits come out to play in this photo

The photo below was taken by Brian Skapura, a guest on this Monday’s 8pm Paranormal Tour at Oatlands. There are two real people in this photo, The woman in the center and the man walking away.  The other images are … Continue reading

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Fields and Ginkgo in the early morning light at Oatlands…Happy Tuesday!

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Day 21–Ginkgo begins to be tinged with yellow

And aren’t the Japanese maples lovely?

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Ginkgo still green on day 17, and what a spectacular sunrise!

The world lit up slowly this morning, with the tops of the trees rimmed in golden light.  What a lovely way to start the day!  Enjoy a particularly luminous Ginkgo photo from a different angle, as well as a sunrise … Continue reading

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Oatlands featured on “Get Lost in Loudoun” video series

After watching this, I’m a little creeped out!  Oatlands is thrilled (and a little chilled) to be featured, but we want you to know that paranormal activity is only one aspect of this many faceted property. Enjoy!

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