A brief rain storm dumped some wetness on the streets of Floyd at the start of Friday night but that didn’t stop the music or the fun.
Is traffic becoming more and more of a problem in Floyd? While the backups are nowhere near the problems of, say, Northern Virginia, the load of cars on the streets of a one-stoplight town is one the rise. I set up video at the intersection of U.S. 221 and Virginia Rte. 8 in Floyd Tuesday. […]
Morning fog in Floyd County after three days of rain. Is better weather on the way? That depends on who you talk to.
Musicians on the streets of Floyd this past Friday night at the end of a week that brought three days of sun and no rain comes to an end.
A video look at FloydFest 12. No debate, no judgments, no conclusions. Just a collection of images of folks having a good time and a passing look at rain and rain and weather. This video was produced for The Floyd Press. Some readers said they had trouble viewing the video on the Press web site […]
On Monday afternoon, the rain — as usual — came and then went, leaving behind a nice sunset.
The clouds parted,, the sun came out and the rain stayed away Sunday for the Floyd Town Jubilee’s monthly Concert in the Park Series. Although the threatening weather hurt the size of the crowd, those who did come out enjoyed a round of free music from The Jeff Little Trio, The Whitetop Mountaineers, the Deer […]
No post-holiday lull at the Friday Night Jamboree as a crowd of young and old packed the Floyd Country Store and roamed the streets to listen to music while storm crowds threatened overhead and never sent down more than a drop or two. The Jugbusters finished the evening with their usual enthusiastic show and a […]
As a lifelong photographer who spent a good part of his life shooting still images of news events around the world, it did not occur until later in life that a career in imagery would evolve into video and film. Nor did I think that the still cameras that I carry in my bag would […]
OK, enough of the rain. If we put up a clip illustrating the summer storms, will they go away?