And now it’s “Spring Semester”

Welcome Lamp, Radford VA, Jan. 18, 2013

That’s Friday morning after Thursday’s storm… Now three days of melting-and-freezing before classes begin.

I’ll keep my WDBJ7 weather app handy.

For now, sure is pretty…

snow-laden trees and white-capped mountains in the distance

(Distant visitors: That’s from the top of a hill in Radford, Virginia, looking west across the New River valley toward West Virginia.)

mild-mannered reporter who sank into computers and the Web during graduate school in the 1980s and '90s, then taught journalism, media studies and Web production, retiring to write and play more music.

Posted in 2013, photography, Radford

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