Hometown Park

Throughout my childhood and teen years, I played tons of tennis, baseball and basketball at this hometown park.  I spent more time here than I can imagine calculating.  While on a recent visit, I had fun checking out the park for the first time in decades.   The configuration of fields and courts have changed, […]

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Morning’s Work

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Passages 2.0

Two of my favorite small cities are Chattanooga and Asheville.  Each has a small city feel with tons to offer, including an eclectic flare for the arts and creativity. This small alley in Chattanooga, called “Passages 2.0”, is an example of how the city continues to transform old, historical architecture into new and vibrant creations.  I […]

Morning at the Museum #1 – Labyrinth

Another fun visit to the High Museum of Art.  We frequent it at least 3-4 times a year.  Exhibits do not disappoint, nor do observations of the museum’s architecture and patrons.

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Morning at the Museum #2 – Red

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Morning at the Museum #3 – Traces of Blue

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Morning at the Museum #4 – Atrium Ceiling

I love this ceiling.  The shapes and shades are ever-changing based on the direction and amount of sunshine (or lack thereof).

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Self Portrait

Krog Street Tunnel – ATL

Lots to explore here … the art changes daily!

Mountain Breeze

Some love the beach, but I’ll take a cool mountain breeze any day if given a choice between the two.  The Smokies and Blue Ridge Mountains are smothered with ferns in the summer.  Mild breezes sometime make it difficult to photograph them under the dark forest canopy.  Relatively high shutter speeds are needed to avoid […]

Geometry

Simplicity

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” ~Leonardo da Vinci

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