Last summer, I posted a few photos on the Exploring Virginia Facebook page. Soon, I received a private message from someone by the name of Tina Pecht, asking permission to use two of those photos in a video she was in the process of making. I, of course, said yes, since I consider it an honor whenever anyone finds my photos worthy of sharing.
This week, Tina messaged me to let me know the video is ready, and she gave me permission to share it here on These Days:
(The photos of mine that Tina used in the video are of Bacon’s Castle in the snow and Smithfield Station Marina at sunrise.)
Tina is originally from Illinois, but moved to Virginia eighteen years ago. She’s been making videos for quite some time, at first for friends for special occasions and fundraisers. Her hobby grew into a business venture, Savvy Slideshows, over five years ago. She says that it combines her love of photography with her “curiousity about people, places and things”.
She was inspired to create this video after hearing John Tracy’s song, “Virginia Is For Lovers” at a wine festival.
Even though Tina isn’t a native Virginian, it’s obvious that she shares our love of The Old Dominion. Thanks, Tina, for including my photos in this wonderful video showcasing the beauty of the Commonwealth.
~These Days Of Mine~