Yellow leaves on a rock

October Outtakes – Images Tell the Story of the 10th Month

It is time for my October Outtakes. Starting this month I will be posting a few images made during the previous month. In spite of calling them outtakes they are not necessarily bloopers. For the October Outtakes I am showing images from two events. One at the beginning of the month, the other near the … Continue reading October Outtakes – Images Tell the Story of the 10th Month

Carolina Wren

Carolina Wren Survives Crash with Window

Thump! Dog barking... Repeated thumps with movement on the back porch. Sunday afternoon football on television interrupted. Went out to the back porch to see what the commotion was and saw a Carolina Wren flying around the screened porch in search of an escape. I did my best to assist. Unsuccessfully. Quiet. Where did the … Continue reading Carolina Wren Survives Crash with Window

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

A short post this time around. Short because the real post is an Adobe Spark Page linked below. Spent a recent (7/16/18) morning visiting Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. It was a great visit, but I will definitely need to return to see what I missed and to hike around some more. Of the 15 … Continue reading Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

Whimbrel at Del Mar Beach

Walking on the Beach in Del Mar

We were vacationing in Del Mar, California last month, enjoying walks on the beach everyday and a few travels around San Diego. We spent one day in Pasadena to see the latest show our son was working on. Even though there were a few other things we did, this year our vacation was really about … Continue reading Walking on the Beach in Del Mar

Bluebird with mealworm

Productivity: Getting Things Done by Focusing

An interesting title coming from a photographer. It came about because that is exactly what I have been doing the past couple days. Focusing... ...which has resulted in... Productivity. Focus Right now I'm taking a break to write this from a bunch of processing of images in my backlog. As I plodded along in my … Continue reading Productivity: Getting Things Done by Focusing

Starr's Mill

Starr’s Mill – Improve Your Photography by Going Back

About this time last year I posted about a visit I made to Starr's Mill. A lot can happen, and a lot can change, in a year. Before last year's visit to Georgia moving here was not even a remote thought. It wasn't until several weeks after my visit, in May, that we pulled the … Continue reading Starr’s Mill – Improve Your Photography by Going Back

snowy morning

Our Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland in the Backyard You might know, we recently had a little bit of winter weather here in Georgia. Before the snow arrived it had been unseasonably warm. Snow fell throughout the night on Friday and by the time morning rolled around two to three inches had fallen at our house. Almost all of … Continue reading Our Winter Wonderland

Yellow Squash - after

Daily Practice with Yellow Squash

Who takes a trip to the gulf coast and makes images of yellow squash at a farmer's market? I do! And why would I do that? Practice. Daily Practice Something I have always tried to do is practice my art everyday. Some days it means going out and shooting images. On other days it is … Continue reading Daily Practice with Yellow Squash

Lake Zwerner, Georgia

3 Tips for Fall Color on a North Georgia Trip

It's our first autumn living in the southeast. Georgia to be specific. Coming from California we really only knew two seasons, and depending on where you lived the two could have various names. Hot / Not Hot Dry / Wet Fire / Not Fire Shakey / Still The only leaves we saw change were the … Continue reading 3 Tips for Fall Color on a North Georgia Trip

Old Tin Gin

Old Tin Gin: Photo of the Day

Every Photo Has a Story The other day Marcie and I went by the Old Tin Gin in Sargent, Georgia. It was something we had been wanting to do since we arrived here. As we drove by at the end of the final leg of our cross-country journey we saw flags surrounding the building that … Continue reading Old Tin Gin: Photo of the Day

Images are waiting, carry a camera.

Chrysler Imperial It was approaching late afternoon, hovering on the edge of the golden hour. That time of day photographers revel in when the harsh light of the afternoon sun begins to warm and cast its golden glow over everything. Someone had parked a Chrysler Imperial at the end of the street, the light was … Continue reading Images are waiting, carry a camera.

The Best Camera is the One You Have

"A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper." - E. B. White This E. B. White quote is easily applied to anything you want to accomplish. Photography for instance. A photographer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without making … Continue reading The Best Camera is the One You Have

Starr's Mill

You will want to visit Starr’s Mill, Georgia

During our visit to Georgia last week I posted an article suggesting two places to visit. They are the town of Senoia, and nearby Starr's Mill. The pictures in that post came straight out of the camera. I wanted to get something up quickly while I was still on the trip. Now that we are … Continue reading You will want to visit Starr’s Mill, Georgia

Point Reyes

Point Reyes – Drawing Photographers for Years

It has been called a shipwreck, but I don't really know. I have also heard that it was simply abandoned. Whatever, the Point Reyes has been a draw for photographers for a very long time. And why not. It may be overdone, but is still a great subject and a fun shoot. I will probably … Continue reading Point Reyes – Drawing Photographers for Years