kayaking the Suwannee River

Somebody’s Watching Me: Kayaking in the Okefenokee Swamp

Our kayaks slice through the water and only our wake disturbs the stillness, the ripples long and undulating. We can hear a low, rumbling growl, best described like a deep and prolonged guttural belch coming from ahead of us. Barry and I look at each other, the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end, and against my instinct to flee, curiosity cautiously propels me toward the source of the sound.

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Painting with Light: A Crash Course in Studio Lighting

Painting with Light: A crash course in studio lighting. Light is what defines all photography, and with studio lighting, the potential for control over the environment is what makes it so appealing.

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Key to Kayaking in Florida

February 16, 2017 Florida Keys, Kayak, road trip 6 Comments

Key to kayaking in Florida…it doesn’t have to epic. An unplanned trip allowed us to discover an area that subsides largely on tourism in an uncharted way.

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photo of a photographer

Nice lens, get in the truck

Its been one month since I started the daily photo project – challenging myself to take a photograph a day that I felt was interesting enough to post online. While this project has been far more challenging than I anticipated, it has also been very rewarding.

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abandoned old car

Daily Wander Photo Challenge

Daily Wander – photo project to challenge myself to find interesting perspectives, even in the most mundane.

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sign barn

Southern Pickin’

Shuffling from one table to another, it is difficult to keep focused on any one item. There are vendors selling expired…

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