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Richmond photo website

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Here's an interesting site I came across today - Richmond Webshots. It has hundreds of photos of Richmond - and more than just skyline shots. This site will give you a different perspective on Virginia's capital city.

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I listed the website (Richmond Webshots) because there are too many good pictures, and I'm not sure if they will post properly here. Nobody wants a screen full of little red x's. Enjoy! :)

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Thats a pretty cool site. It will take a while to look at all those pics. How often do you get to see Richmond?

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I live in Richmond, so I see it pretty much every day. However, I work way out in the 'burbs (Short Pump), and I don't get downtown very much. :(

Another cool pic:

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Heavy fog off the James River.

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Nice site and cool pics. I'll get back with you in a month when I've gotten a chance to look at them all. :D

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I thought I had seen Richmond from every angle, but there are some real surprises in those pictures.

When you're done with those, you can always check out Ryan Ramsey's site, Richmond City Watch. Ryan is the master of Richmond photography, and there are thousands (yeah...) more pics, including skylines, new development, historic preservation, neighborhoods, and tons of GRIT. Truly something for everyone. It'll make your head spin.

Here's an example: I believe this is East Cary Street in Shockoe Bottom, just east of downtown. I used to park in the deck on the right of the picture when I worked for BoA. There is intensive redevelopment going on in this area converting century old warehouses into loft apartments, and there are dozens of bars, restaurants, galleries, and other businesses in the surrounding blocks.

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Close by, under I-95 overpass, the former Old Dominion Hide and Fur Company is now the very popular Canal Club:

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Tons more where this came from. Thanks, Ryan. :)

Richmond City Watch

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Yes, Ryan is the undisputed KING. I can spend hours at his site. I HAVE spent hours at his site....

Who else can get pictures like this?? Incredible.

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Wow. That's a lot of pics. It'll take a while for me to go through them all. Great Find!

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