More Dragon’s

Well this is apparently the summer of the Dragonfly. I spent the long July 4th with family in Tennessee. Since most of the men of the family enjoy fishing and everyone else at leasts enjoys being outside on a beautiful day, we spent some time near a mountain lake. While they tried their best to […]

Seeing the trees among the forest

Everyone has heard some variant of the saying “can’t see the forest for the trees.” It makes a very valid point. But not seeing the trees for the forest can be just as grievous an error. Sometimes the forest can be overwhelming. Sometimes the forest has no charm or beauty. But the trees can have […]

Trains and Rain

Well first off I can not take credit for the title to this post. My show neighbor Stan, who is an awesome photographer, coined that phrase while we were packing our damp tents into damp trucks to what was the soundtrack of the show; screeching metal wheels on metal tracks and ear drum piercing train […]

Merry Christmas

I know it is Christmas Eve but I just wanted to wish everyone a happy holiday season. I also wanted to say thank you to everyone who has supported me this year. It has been a good ¬†year and that wouldn’t have happened with out all the support and appreciation people have shown. So thank […]

Thanksgiving Break

I took a bit of a long Thanksgiving break. It was much needed and much enjoyed. I spent a lot of time photographing over break. I actually spent some time teaching my mom to take photos-off of the automatic setting that is. I have discovered in the past couple months I enjoy teaching people how […]

Fun at Fayetteville Botanical Garden

Before I began painting and going to art shows I used to spend a lot of time photographing. I carried my camera bag everywhere. It was my purse. I lugged a Nikon D300, two lenses, a flash, batteries and yes even a collapsible tri-pod-EVERYWHERE! I think it weighted at least 10 lbs. I thought of […]