Category Archives: GALLERIES

Aging Gracefully

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Dublin, Georgia likes to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! One of the festivities was a small car show. David and I decided to check it out.

I got a little excited when I saw a couple of gems that I thought I might enjoy photographing and that’s when the problems or should I say challenge began…
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Patience: Do I Have Enough?

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Another Trip to Old Car City

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A Walk Through History With a Good Friend

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Well here we are at the end of another year and I have been lax at writing about the last couple of trips and what they brought as far as photography.

These last few months have seemed like a whirlwind of the ups and downs of life personally and photography wise. I’ve taken some great short trips that have yielded some not so great photography but hopefully some valuable lessons in technique as well as patience and lots of fun.
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One For The Bucket List

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Saturday September 8th…that’s one for the bucket list. I spent the day shooting at the abandoned Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, PA. As I walked up to this most imposing rock fortress, I was amazed at the size and architecture of this facility. It was built in 1829 by the passive Quakers, who believed that solitary confinement was the best way to serve penance. Charles Dickens on his first visit to the United States only wanted to see two things…Niagara Falls and Eastern State Penitentiary.
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Seeing a Forest in the Sand

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A Love Defined

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Ok, how do I start this? I’ve been reluctant to write a blog post about our Florida vacation that was a total photography bust because some of you have already heard enough. I keep wishing we could have a “do-over”, but that’s not going to happen. However, I’ve had time to digest it all, and there are some things I learned, and that’s always a good thing.We had 11 nights, starting in Savannah, GA. From there we were heading south to several destinations in Florida. I had a new camera, new territories to explore, and I could already see all the great photographs I would have when we returned home.
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