On the Road: Spring Break Visit to Berryville {Central Virginia Photographer}

So a visit to Berryville led us to this … a time capsule for Clarke County! This area of Virginia is really well-known for apples, hence the apple above the cement marker. My son decided it’d be fun to argue whether this is an apple or not, he swears it’s a pumpkin. Why there would be a pumpkin on top of this cement marker–and RED–I don’t really know.

Beautiful Clarke County historic courthouse

Grace Episcopal Church in Berryville. According to its website this building was built in 1857.  There were beautiful headstones in the cemetery and a neat hitching post where Robert E. Lee’s horse Trigger was tethered on June 21, 1863, while he worshipped at this church.

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