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.
It’s always nice to get away to the mountains, even if it’s only for a couple of days. Whenever we can, Autumn and I take 441 north through Georgia, western North Carolina, the Smoky Mountains National Park, and into Tennessee to visit Dad and Sharon.
If the holidays are good for anything, it’s overdoing it. For me, this usually means eating way too much of what I’m not supposed to. It’s kind of like buying all of your holiday gifts on your credit card: eventually you have to pay the bill, and it’s usually sooner than you think.
It’s that time of year again. You know: when people go nuts and descend on Atlanta for their shopping rituals. Well, we have to join in for at least one day, and this year we decided to make it an overnight trip to Atlanta.
I was asked by the Historic Macon Foundation to photograph a party being thrown by Chuck Leavell at his estate, 20 miles southwest of Macon. The party seemed to go well, and our local congressman Jim Marshall was one of the guests.
Recently, Autumn and I went to Vegas to shoot Heather and Chris’ wedding. Here are a couple of photos from when we were off-duty.