Sunday found me and the rest of the European Council’s London Program visiting Hampton Court. I have been here two times previously, and I was anxious to go again to see if I could experience it again in a unique way as a photographer. I’m not sure if I was successful with that goal, but I had a good time none the less.
As I mentioned in my last post, we are in the midst of the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon, GA. One of the last events of the festival is the Market on Mulberry. Autumn, Cheryl, and I checked it out and had a little lunch.
Autumn and I just returned from our anniversary vacation in Florida. While we were in Sarasota, we went to the Ringling Museum since Autumn had never been.
This gallery features some more shots from two of Macon’s famous cemeteries: Rose Hill and Riverside. The fall was waning, but the day was beautiful.
The recent Norman Mailer Society conference was held last weekend in Washington D.C. Not only did I present a paper, but I was one of two official photographers.
I’m not a particular fan of the fair. I never was growing up in Florida, and I certainly am not here in central Georgia. However, I must admit that photographic opportunities abound. If I go, I take the camera.