It was such a beautiful day here yesterday. There was no way to stay inside. The temperature was in the high 60's—almost 70 degrees, and everyone "out and about" was wearing tee shirts and definitely no sweaters. The above photo was taken at Watson's Mill Bridge State Park, which is located near Athens. Four paws [...]
This rope ladder is a part of an ultimate agility course, and Cocoa was up for the challenge. I'm sure in part because she knows no fear. Why? She took agility classes from Sandy and Xalina at Dog School 101. I'm not kidding I had to hold her back and tell her, "No, you can't [...]
Years ago while I was in San Juan, Puerto Rico, I saw a poster titled: The Doors of Old San Juan. I can't explain the connection (I probably shouldn't try), but for some reason every time I see local farm gates, I want to create a really cool poster titled: The Farm Gates of Stephens [...]
I hate losing things just as badly as I hate leaving things behind and having to move on without them. Once I was with a friend, who lost an SD card for her camera. Because we had to drive back to Atlanta, she had to move on without it. That had to be really hard. [...]
I thought this was an interesting photo mainly because the pathway is in the shadows while most of the slightly frozen pond at the bottom of Amicacola Falls is covered by the light of the setting sun. Finally, the days are getting longer here.
The snow is gone. That's a good thing. But more could be on the way. That's an interesting thing. Therefore, with weather changes coming, I decided it was time to get the dogs out for a long walk in the nearby woods. They had a blast. Everyone was happy. I swear Chip went to sleep [...]
“Nothing that you have not given away will ever be really yours.” —C. S. Lewis
I must be crazy to post this photo but my friend Ken said, "No! Don't throw it away. Post it!" He likes strange photos that have been reworked in photoshop. It was taken recently at Victoria Bryant State Park, which seems like a really nice park. Snow was still on the ground but people were [...]