Photograph Virginia's Horse and Hunt Country

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Added by Stephen Catalano

Rolling country roads and beautiful, historic estates paint a perfect setting for any photographer.

Take a drive out to the Middleburg area and you won't be disappointed. Turn down country roads, roll down your windows, and scout the perfect locations for sunrise or sunset photos. There are plenty of spots to pull over safely and I've never once encountered an unfriendly local. The properties, farms, and livestock are all beautiful, so bring the camera along and have a great time exploring! 

Don't forget to stop through Middleburg for great food and shopping (plenty of vineyards too...). 

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