An apparent Paleo-Indian ritual site found in Virginia may pre-date Stonehenge by 50 centuries...and a perplexing question about Williamsburg's unemployment rate has been answered by a pair of college students.
These have been among the most read stories this past week at the Virginia Public Access Project's VaNews link on vpap.org.
At a time when almost every American carries a cell phone camera, it takes courage to try and publish a book of photographs, but a Virginia man was determined to celebrate the beauty of this state in print.
Ben Greenberg began taking pictures as a new father – 44 years ago -- but was quickly drawn to landscapes in Virginia.
“All the way from the Eastern Shore to the mountains, from Southwest Virginia Highlands all the way to the Potomac. There’s so much to be seen and to be photographed.”