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Manassas Battlefield Park: Snow Day

I recently had a chance to accompany Terra Dawn for a quick photo walk around Manassas. We initially decided to check out the Manassas Battlefield Park, finding the visitor center completely plowed, but unfortunately closed. It was then that Terra discovered that the area right next to the Stone House was entirely covered with kids ( and adults! ) of all ages using sleds, skis, snowboards and anything else suitable to slide down the hill. After managing to make it halfway up the hill in waist deep snow and realizing we could instead use the well trampled path, we walked around and took pictures for a bit, doing our best to avoid being rammed into. After about 20 minutes, we headed to Airlie, a beautiful Farm & Manor House in Gainesville. This place supposedly had a beautiful garden maze. I say supposedly since it and everything else was buried under roughly 3 feet of snow. I did manage to only fall face first into the snow once, which I was quite proud of. And now, on to the photos :)

Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer
Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer
Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer
Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer
Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer
Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer
Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer
Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer
Airlie - Manassas Battlefield - Washington DC Wedding Photographer

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2 Responses to Manassas Battlefield Park: Snow Day

  • Oh wow!! I love every image here!!! But I LOVE those Airlie photos!! And definitely that pic of the two sledders looking out over the hill.

    Brilliant job!! It was fun hanging out!! (And the faceplant was seriously hilarious…)

    :D

  • The photo of the girl sitting in the snow is fantastic. As are the bottom two of the tree and the archway door. Lighting is so golden and pretty!

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