Tell me a Story: August 2015: Noah E – welcome to the world

I am in a crazy place right now with a wedding looming and a daughter leaving.  I find myself wondering what it is going to like when my son moves out to be with his wife and my daughter is on a different continent.  It is no getting in a car and driving to Gainesville – this is some serious mileage to get to…

30 Minutes in the life: June 2015: Americano 2015

30 minutes in the Life is live and this month I am going to do something different.  For the most part 30 minutes is about the photographs we take.  Every so often, I will take photographs that I know just have to have a story. This month the photographs captured my imagination.  While the photographs are based on a true event, the story is purely…

30 Minutes in the Life: April 2015: Walking in creativity..

March was an interesting month of nothing works. I struggled with a pinched nerve in my lower back, making it hard to sit for too long so editing had priorities.  I need to finish my son’s photo’s.  I went out once to the beach, but did not like the images. The sun was shining too bright and they were boring.  I went to the…

30 Minutes in the Life: March 2015: We’re on the road again….

March has been a busy month.  I traveled to Columbus, Georgia on the 5th.  Returned home on the 9th and left for Nashville, Tennessee, on the 12th. In-between that I had to run payroll, and sit in a 4 hour meeting.  Why Nashville??  Country music…mmm, let me say right up front, this girl grew up on Rock and Roll.  Country did not play a…

30 Minutes in the Life: February 2015: Street Art

I have to confess, that I am a little envious of artists who can create beautiful images on a canvas.  I like to doodle.  I think I doodle well.  I know you can make out what I am doodling, but to take a picture in your mind or one that you are looking at it, and create something big out of it, that is…

30 Minutes in the Life: In light of the Mockingjay…

30 Minutes in the Life is now live and I wanted to do something different this month, but what to do was the question.  My son, Cameron, works at an archery business, that sells archery equipment, as well as has practice lanes for clients to come in and gain some experience shooting, and hold various archery competitions. What I remember about archery is limited…