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Photo’s of the people and places in Virginia Beach. All photos taken by Grant Wylie and are the copyrighted property of Grant Wylie Photography, LLC. To purchase prints of any of the photo’s please contact us at email@example.com.Photo’s of the places and people of Virginia Beach.
The Norwegian Lady at Sunrise
King Neptune at Dawn
The King Neptune Statue at dawn. Shot on May 13, 2018 (Mother’s Day).
Native American Statue at Mt. Trashmore Park
15th St. Pier at Sunrise
Early Morning 15th St. Pier
Old Cape Henry Light House
Coast Guard Light House at Cape Henry
The Norwegian Lady at Sunrise
Bodie Island Lighthouse
Captured at 930 pm on August 20, 2018.
Photo’s of wildlife from around the country. All photos taken by Grant Wylie and are the copyrighted property of Grant Wylie Photography, LLC. To purchase prints of any of the photo’s please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NASA TESS Launch
I’m able to shoot family, graduation, pet, and baby portraits. Let me capture that special time for the people in your life.
Red Rock Conservation Area Nevada
Grand Canyon South Rim
These are various flower photo’s from my travels across the USA. Many are from the harsh dry heat of Nevada and Arizona. Others are from the humid east coast from Florida to Virginia.
Yorktown National Battlefield Park
These photo’s were all taken at Yorktown Battlefield Park. The park is located in Virginia. The battle field was the culmination of the American Revolution that saw British General Cornwallis surrender to American General George Washington.
In 1862 Union forces under General George McClellan laid siege to Confederate forces under General Johnston during the American Civil War Peninsula campaign.
The park has 16 miles of paved trails perfect for car or bike touring.
Petersburg National Battlefield is the home to the longest siege during the American Civil War. Lasting from June 1864 to April 1865, the siege saw the loss of 70,000 American lives. It was also the last major campaign in the Eastern Theater. The pictures here are of the Union cannon “The Dictator” shells 2 miles into the city of Petersburg. Also pictured are the artillery and forts of the battlefield.
The picture of the mine was the Union attempt to break the Confederate lines by tunneling under the entrenchments and placing explosives. The battle was aptly titled “The Crater” and ended in a Confederate tactical victory.
If you get the chance to visit the battlefield it is located south of Richmond by about 45 minutes and has no fees.
Antietam National Battlefield
Site of Hooker and Mansfield’s morning attack against Lee’s left flank commanded by Stonewall Jackson.
Site of the early afternoon fighting at the center of the Confederate line.
Site of the late afternoon fighting by Ambrose Burnside’s IX Corps against Lee’s right flank. The Union repeatedly attacked across the bridge sustaining heavy casualties. Once across they were only stopped by the timely arrival of reinforcements of AP Hill’s division coming up from Harpers Ferry.
Site of brutal fighting between the Union I and XII Corps against Lee’s left flank on the morning of the battle.