I am a landscape and nature photographer based in the southeastern United States; specifically Georgia. The main theme of my work is landscape and nature, but like most photographers, I am always practicing other kinds of photography so I can continue to improve my skills. The only way I know of to get better at something is to practice, so I’m always looking to make great images. I hope my images inspire and encourage others to connect with the world around them, take in the beauty, and share it with others.
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Let us not merely say that we love; let us show the reality of our love by our actions. – 1 John 3:18 Above is how I read 1 John 3:18. Does anybody disagree? It’s a fairly simple, straightforward verse. It doesn’t take a Greek scholar to understand it. Don’t just say you love. Love. … Continue reading Stop the Clanging. Show Love.
Remember back in the days of film when the only way to take hundreds of photographs was to have several rolls of film on hand? Photographers had to constantly change out the old rolls for new. It was inconvenient, and if you weren’t fast you would miss “the shot.” However, it forced us to think … Continue reading Reasons to Keep a Rejected Image