Fall Creek Falls State Park

July 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The other day I shared a short post about our initial visit to Fall Creek Falls State Park with a photo of Cane Creek Cascades. I want to share a few more images with you today and talk a bit more about the park. Fall Creek Falls State Park really is a gem of a place. Their own brochure describes it as "a paradise of more than 26,000 acres, sprawle...
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Food, Glorious Food!

July 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
About this time last year I started photographing food. It started out as an exercise, an effort to find something to photograph when it was just too darn hot outside for my typical nature work. I've done a fair bit of product photography in the past, so I understood lighting and product placement. And I've always loved looking at food websites to...
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Cane Creek Cascades

July 16, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
According to the Scottish poet Robert Burns, "The best laid schemes of mice and men go often askew, and leave us nothing but grief and pain, for promised joy!" He didn't actually say it that way, of course. He wrote it in Gaelic, but since Rosetta Stone doesn't offer a language course in Gaelic (I've actually checked), Google's English translation...
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Last Day of the Semester Image

April 25, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Everyone needs a good headshot, I think. And by "good" I mean something not taken with your own iPhone and a selfie stick.;-) No, we can do better than that. So I made a quick photo of my son tonight. The light was nice, which is usually all it takes to get me excited. But tomorrow is the last day of the semester for him, which puts him in a bit o...
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Great Smoky Mountains Quick Trip

April 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I made a quick, and much too short trip to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park last week. It was the first time I'd been there since the wildfires last year. As has been reported, the downtown area of Gatlinburg fared fairly well, but if you venture very far off the parkway going through town, you start to see a lot of rebuilding. Clearly the t...
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