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Cynthia Staley

Scorchy Designs

Cynthia Staley Photography

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Cindi Staley enjoys photographing God's wonderful creation: beautiful landscapes, flowers (macro), wildlife and, especially, West Virginia and Virginia scenery/animals/points of interest. She also enjoys photographing patterns in nature, architecture and American Civil War reenactments.

The current galleries include West Virginia scenery and American Civil War reenactment images. Images of Union Infantry, Confederate Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery are included in the Civil War Reenactments image gallery. All images are provided in both full color and sepia tones.

We hope you enjoy your tour of the online picture gallery. Perhaps you will find an image to purchase and enjoy in your home or workplace.

Cindi looks forward to having this website grow to include other subject matter. If you have a request for a certain subject, please contact her by sending an email to cindi@scorchy.com. She will check to see if she can find a photo that meets your needs. Thanks!

Cindi Staley enjoys photographing God's creation: beautiful landscapes, flowers (macro), wildlife and, especially, West Virginia and Virginia scenery/animals/points of interest. She also enjoys photographing patterns in nature, architecture and American Civil War reenactments.

Cindi served in the U.S. Army Military Police Corps, after graduating with a Bachelor of Social Work degree from West Virginia University. She has worked in the fields of security,corrections and Social Work. Cindi is currently the photographer at Fairmont State University.

She was fortunate to meet Arnout Hyde, Jr. (a great West Virginia professional photographer) at a Civil War reenactment where he was very encouraging (and inspirational) to her pursuing her love of photography, especially by publishing one of her pictures in Wonderful West Virginia Magazine.

Cindi was excited to have one of her Civil War reenactment images chosen to be part of the Civil War displays at Independence Hall in Wheeling, WV. It was used to create a wall mural where visitor's can "step into" history, and be photographed with a Union Infantry unit marching at Gettysburg.