Photography

“A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away.”

Eudora Welty

Red Room

Red Room

Red Room Grosse Isle, Quebec, Canada Modern visitors to Grosse Isle, a former quarantine island turned state park, can see the red room, where patients with smallpox were held in the belief that less exposure to sunlight would increase survival rates and decrease...
Old Truck and Good Dogs

Old Truck and Good Dogs

Old Truck and Good Dogs This was taken in a large Southern city. A city where good people, with well-pampered pets at home, cringe at the site of dogs riding in the rear of a pickup truck. I may have become of those people, but THIS truck and THESE dogs brought back...
Basket on Head

Basket on Head

Basket on Head When I was walking around Charleston, I noticed far back in a private garden a statue with a basket over its head. It struck me as both whimsical and mysterious, as when could only imagine what the face looked like. (Click on the image for a...
Ruby-throated

Ruby-throated

Ruby-throated Every year I look forward to the spring when the Ruby-throated Hummingbirds begin their migration across the Gulf of Mexico to our little haven of woods southwest of Atlanta. With a wing beat of 60-80 beats per second, a feeder is nearly a must to...
Home at Last

Home at Last

Home at Last The mystery of ancient castles is always grand. To catch such structure in these striking shadows is simply fortunate for it helps recreate a certain dreamlike, almost fairytale glow around the structures. They are dreamy residences; they evoke a glorious...
Low and Slow

Low and Slow

Low and Slow There’s something primal and soulful about smoking meat. Take a large piece of otherwise tough muscle, baste it, inject it, cover it in spices/rub, and smoke it “low and slow.” The end result? Barbecue. BBQ. In the South, this term is very sacred. It is...