Donna and Anne are special friends and probably two reasons that I really don't want to sell the Toccoa Cottage. (Rebecca Anaya named it for me, and I think it will stick.) This is one of my favorite churches to photograph at Christmas. It is located in Clarkesville, Georgia, and I know I have posted [...]
One of my favorite scenes: A dramatic sunset at Broken Bridges from the South Carolina side. And the lights are from Highway 123.
Well my friend Beth might say this is the quintessential photo of the Biltmore House located in North Carolina. The Lion is certainly the one that you see most often and I believe the reason for this is because you cannot (underscore cannot) take photos inside the house. So I guess, people take this photo [...]
Merry Christmas with my family minus my Dad, who passed away last December, but he was there with us in our hearts. Mom is doing so well and looks great. My brother Jay and his family were with us. Mom continues to be happy and loves having her photo taken with Jay and Tracy. Here [...]
These little reindeer are in place in the Toccoa house. They are awaiting Chipley's return. Sad that the sunroom is empty but the rest of the house is still pretty full. Livingroom is put back but the tree is not real. No one there to water it during the week! I love this house, still. [...]
I do some really crazy things and I thought this was as good a time as any to post some of the last photos taken on Pelee Island this past summer. One of the last days that I was there was spent hiking out to a place that locals call glacier cuts. I just remember [...]
I took this photo several years ago in The Cotswolds in England. It was inscribed on an old church that was located in the middle of Chipping Campden. The city is known for the wool it once produced. I just remember this fairly large church being so welcoming. People were all over the sanctuary—"tidying up" [...]
Even thought these little guys looks worn, they all believe in Christmas! Each year, I have to take a photo of the Old Sautee Store's wreath. This year they placed them over the windows. Baskets of love and simple things that make Christmas much more warm and meaningful. And then there is always the fireplace [...]