Announcing the 2017 Photo Calendar of my favorite images I shot during 2016! This high quality 11×14 calendar is professionally printed with fine art images shot around the world and close to home. The calendar includes 12 monthly pages/images and the cover image. You can use the calendar for gifts or for your own personal use.
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This year’s calendar is only $22.50 plus tax and I can ship it where ever you need for $10.
As a special offer for the rest of November, I will include your choice, one of the monthly images, custom printed on 8.5×11 photo paper, ready to be matted and framed for free! Just let me know which one you would like with your calendar.
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The monthly pages are below with indications where the spiral binding attaches at the top of the page…
I was up early for no particular reason this morning and decided to wander the back roads of Middle Tennessee. I found myself just north of Westmoreland, TN, driving the backroads, as the sun rose. I wasn’t in the search of anything in particular, just wandering and shooting. Here are a few of my favorite images…
While on my way to Knoxville last Friday, I saw fog along the Caney Fork River as it traversed back and forth beneath the interstate. I was tempted to stop on one or more of the bridges, but thought better of it. I knew the next exit allowed access to the river and the dam, so I kept driving. After getting off the interstate and driving the back roads to the dam, I found a boat launch on the river below the dam.
Below are a collection of images I shot that morning, most in black and white but a couple in color.
Saturday morning I was able to spend the morning with a friend I hadn’t seen for years and do a little shooting. He moved to Knoxville a few years back and we lost touch, but we recently reconnected. Knowing that I was going to be in town this weekend to visit my son at college, we planned a shoot early Saturday morning. We had a fun time together, catching up and shooting like the old days.
Here are a few of my images images from the morning shooting in and around Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park…
OK, I am a photographic hack, I couldn’t resist shooting some fall color images. It is hard not to this time of year, so please excuse my trite subject matter in this post. Hopefully, someone will find some enjoyment in these images. :-)
A week ago Friday, I found myself walking the streets of the French Quarter in New Orleans. It was 5:30am when I left my hotel and the sun wasn’t up yet, but plenty of people were around this famous area. There were two distinct types of people on the streets, those that wake early to start their day and those that haven’t yet found their bed. Revelers were staggering through trash covered gutters while morning workers were cleaning and preparing for the day ahead. These are the images I captured during my morning walk through the French Quarter…
Last month, I was really excited about participating in a photo workshop in Mobile. AL. It was offered by South by Southeast Photo Workshops. Unfortunately, they had to cancel the workshop, but I decided to go anyway and shoot since I had reservations and scheduled time off of work. For the first few days, I was on my own, but my wife joined for the last few days.
On my way down, I stopped in Monroeville, AL, a small town that is the home of Harper Lee, the author of To Kill A Mockingbird. They have an old courthouse there that was the inspiration for the one built for the movie adaptation of Harper’s book. They have a museum in the old courthouse and you can take pictures there. A few days later. I would return with my wife who flew down to meet me for the weekend.
I stayed in Fairhope, AL and ventured around the bay visiting different locations and capturing images. I went to Dauphin Island, Gulf Shores, Fort Morgan, and even took a longer trip to Pensacola Beach and Fort Pickens in Florida. Here are some of my favorite images from the trip: