Thanks to the keen eye of a photographer, her shoes, and some random Columbia street art, here’s an image that evokes Bill Withers and all his voice conjures. [Image credit: Amy Enderle]
Tag Archives: Photography
For many reasons, I’ve been thinking of my travels this past year. When news came that Maria Von Trapp, immortalized in The Sound of Music, had passed away, I immediately started looking through my photos from New England this fall. … Continue reading
Although I’m inclined to post a photo from the Vanishing Georgia collection, given the wonderful discovery of this archive through Melanie Kitchens-O’Meara, I thought I would share a photo of one of the lovely lady slippers here at The Mountain. … Continue reading
I’m not very happy with the Chicago Sun-Times. The home of national treasure Roger Ebert has done the unbelievable, the unthinkable. This week, they laid-off all 28 of their photographers. Let me rephrase that, they fired all of their full-time … Continue reading
Help-Portrait is a wonderful convergence of photographers helping those in difficult times remember and move on.
I like to consider myself a pretty good amateur gardener who could’ve been very happy as a botanist. This summer, before the heat and draught abducted my spirit, I happily watched my newest garden additions grow. Heirloom gladiolas named “Boone,” … Continue reading
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It has been just over a year since I decided to try my hand at this Photo of the Week stuff. I’m happy to say I haven’t missed a week. In honor of my first year, how else should I … Continue reading
On this Father’s Day, I thought I’d share a photo my father took while serving in the Korean War. I think my love of photography, in part, is genetic. [Image credit: Cpl. Raymond Darnell, USMC]