It feels as if we were just celebrating the December 2012 graduating Health Sciences class of Macon State College, but fast forward six months and once again it was an honor to be asked to photograph the pinning ceremony for the Spring 2013 Health Sciences class of Middle Georgia State College.
There’s one truism that’s hard to avoid in photography: you have to have light. Some situations just don’t have enough, and/or what it does have lacks quality. This year’s holiday party I shot at MAcon’s Terminal Station presented several challenges.
Thanksgiving at Dad’s has been a tradition for almost ten years. Autumn and I haven’t gone every year, but we do try to make it when we can. Usually it’s a festive occasion with our extended family from Ohio, but this year it was just the four of us, three cats, and a dog.
Not only did I get to have the cutest little witch in Macon by my side, but today Autumn is the hottest little devil I’ve ever seen.
Last night, Autumn and I went to the Riverside Cemetery’s Spirits in October event. I thought it sounded a bit cheesy, but I ended up having a good time and learning a couple of things about Macon and Riverside Cemetery.
Once again, I was the official photographer for the 2011 Crossroads Writers Conference and Literary Festival in Macon, GA.