Sweetwater Creek State Park

Sweetwater Creek State Park is a 215-acre park about 15 miles straight West of Atlanta, GA.  On a whim, I decided to take a trip there with my father for the first time… Continue reading

Indian Springs Baptist Church

A few weeks ago I was able to visit this little tiny church in “downtown” Indian Springs, GA.  This church was actually moved late last century to its current location.  There’s a ‘secret’… Continue reading

New Lens (70 – 300mm) and Wildlife!

So, I got some new glass for Christmas!!  A 70 – 300 zoom/macro lens; swoon.  It’s a long lens and boy, is it heavy, but it sure is nice to have some real… Continue reading

Foggy Day on a Mountaintop

So, 19 years ago my friend Jason & I decided, on a whim, to climb to the top of Stone Mountain.  In the rain.  In February.  I guess we were feeling particularly young… Continue reading

By the Waterfall

We live about 30 minutes from High Falls State Park; so named for its tumbling waterfall on the Towaliga River.  The flow of the falls varies WIDELY throughout the year, depending on rainfall. … Continue reading

Savannah in Winter

Oh, my, has it really been that long since I blogged last??  Wow.  I promise I will try very hard not to let THAT happen again!!  I’ve been very busy making photographs, apparently… Continue reading

ZOTS! Sour Candy & a 6 Year Old

Okay, so I know that all of my recent posts here have been my own children, and I’d apologize, except I’m not really sorry.  *smile*  This time of year means a lot of… Continue reading

Nutcracker!

Okay, so my little girl was in her very first performance this weekend; Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker”, put on by the local Theater Company.  What a thrill to watch your child on stage; I… Continue reading

A Ballet Encounter of the Tiny Kind

Wow, it’s been an embarrassingly long time since I’ve posted anything & I’m so sorry! So, last night was “Parent Watch” night at my daughter’s ballet class… now, I don’t know about you,… Continue reading

The Fair!

So, the fair was in town last week.  Now, as a brief bit of personal history, I’m now living in the town that I grew up in (from 6th grade, anyway), and having… Continue reading