Dockscaping on the Upper James River

     As my friend, R, commented the other night, if you live in a house on the Upper James River, then you wouldn’t need a second home on the Rivah or at the Beach or in the mountains.  It’s the perfect compromise.  I don’t think the homeowners of these James River docks have compromised anything.



 I am loving being a voyeur from my new ride.

All photos by Avad Fan.


5 Comments on “Dockscaping on the Upper James River”

  1. Anne says:

    It is such fun to see your new posts — especially now that you are a “water person.” Keep it up!

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