After a two-mile walk, Cocoa Joy wanted to stop for a quick water break. When she's with me, I can't pause long enough to take too many photos. She likes to check out every side path along the trail we are traveling. Sweetwater Creek is a peaceful deeply wooded wilderness located only minutes from downtown [...]
During the Civil War, the Atlanta Campaign started at Kennesaw Mountain 165 years ago. Over 5,350 soldiers were killed in the battle that was fought from June 19 to July 2, 1864. Today, men in blue and gray reenacted some of those fateful days.
Just a usual night out in London along Whithall, near Trafalgar Square, and a stone's throw from Charing Cross. What a totally interesting city!
This is a very small portion of some of the elaborate graffiti on the cell walls of the famous White Tower in London. These people evidently thought in dimensions! My friend has posted her view of another section.
I was with friends this weekend, and we walked down to their garden. When we got to the pumpkin patch, I asked their daughter, "What is it?" She looked up at me and said, "It's a tomato!!"
I took this photo for a friend who asked about Chip and Cocoa last night via email. It's obvious that I need to learn how to photograph Chip in bright sun light. His coloring is so white and hot! . . . Well, he knows he's a "hot" dog! It's nothing short of a miracle [...]
I never realized how beautiful this area was until I visited it a couple of weeks ago. It's just a short drive down the road from where I lived while I was in college. I would go there in the evenings to read, study, and memorize "things" for my classes. Yonah Dam, built in 1925, [...]
Recently, Dad and Mom and I drove to White Plains, Alabama, to visit the church where Dad often worshiped as a boy. Though he grew up in Atlanta, he had lots of relatives in While Plains, which is a "bare" mention on the map. In fact, if you blink, take a breath, or for that [...]