Patterns in the flow
Today’s photo for your enjoyment. Thinking I’m going to redo this with a crop, and maybe play with it just a bit more…
As seen on Kennesaw Mountain
For your viewing pleasure.
Most Honored Photo?
It is art, of a form. It is a photograph of which you need to know the background, and once you do you will be glad to know it. An amazing story of a photograph and the men who made it.
Atlanta in the mist, seen from Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield
The weather was perfect yesterday for a hike, and among the photos I shot along the way was this one. Enjoy.
Kira Bond, HDR
Kira Bond, B&W
I spent a little time playing with the shot, and the B&W was courtesy of a suggestion from Ex-PH2. I really need to come up with a good story for the HDR version…
A Different View at the Doo
WHEN: 24 August 2013
WHERE: The dooGallery, 205 Holtzclaw St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30316
TIMES: 3-6 Family hours, 7-midnight reception and fundraiser
COST: $10 per person at the door
Coffee provided by Ranger Coffee
Cigars provided by Pensadores Cigars
It is a pleasure to announce that Bacon’s Heir will be joining the festivities. In addition to providing samples of their wonderful product, which is also paleo-friendly I would note, they are also bringing a very different sculpture for your enjoyment. We are very glad to have them as a part of A Different View, and to add to the range of different tastes that will await.
It is with great pleasure that I announce that in partnership with the dooGallery, we are not only presenting “A Different View at the Doo”, a special showing of my digital photography work. Even better, the event will also be a fundraiser for Team Rubicon. We are working hard to find ways to make this a successful and unique event. Part of that includes finding corporate sponsors so that we can raise the most money possible for TR, part involves additional participation by artists and artisans in other fields so that perhaps some very delicious things await. If your company is interested in being a part of this, please do let me know. The event will be held on Saturday 24 August, and right now we are looking at having family hours from 3-6 that day, and the formal reception/show from 7-midnight. There will be a $10 per person entry fee for the formal show and reception, and a donation box will be present for those who care to give more to TR. In addition, ten percent of all print sales that take place that night will go to TR. There is much more to come, but I’m asking you to put this on your calendar and help us make this the largest and best event in the history of the dooGallery.
Well, a good and dear friend was very kind to me yesterday on my birthday, so with what they gave and a little bit from an uncle, I ordered five prints for the gallery show today. If the lab does as they usually do, the prints will be here tomorrow. But, for now, I thought I would share them with you. Above is a portrait of Tris the wolf.
A temple in Hawai’i
A different view of the St. Louis Arch
Some flowers that caught my eye
And another wolf shot
Sorry for the slow posting, but I’m in Central America with Army South on embed. While out and about we spotted what surely must be some mutant carrots. Just look at the size of those things. Have you ever seen them so big?
My post on the guns at Longues is up at Blackfive. For here, I wanted to post a special picture. While I was there, a young lady visited, and she clearly was having fun running around, climbing the bunker mounds, and trying to climb up on and around the bunkers.
To her, these were not things of fear or pain, simply fun places to play and explore. The fact that they held no terror for her spoke to many things, and it came to my mind that this was a good thing. It spoke to a triumph of innocence over the horrors of what will be to her ancient history. Thus, the title. Though I no longer believe in the possibility, a part of me still hopes for the day where such innocence can safely rule the day.
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