Category Archive: Nature

In Memoriam

While the monument in the picture above is what we want to be remembered with, the simple crucifix and inscription in the picture below are what inspires a moment of reverence. The first… Continue reading

Murphey Candler Lake

The Murphey Candler lake within Atlanta. The sign in the third picture amused me because public authorities deemed necessary to seek to protect people against their over-confidence in their resourcefulness. Praktica BC1, Praktica… Continue reading

Abandoned Train Tracks in Black and White

As part of my experiment on Light, Surface, and Color, I also took pictures with a black and white Fomapan. I think I like this film better than the widely popular Kodak T-Max. Praktica… Continue reading

Light, Surface, and Color

In early March, I conducted an experiment on how the Kodak Portra 400 would react to the reflection of light over various types of surface and in different light conditions. The experiment was… Continue reading

Pines in Winter

Shot by the railroad track between Buckhead and Midtown. Canon AE1 Program, Canon FD 50/1.4, Kodak Portra 400. Unedited.

The Street Art Gallery

While scanning my film last night, I realized that the structure supporting the old bridge looked like walls for an outdoor art gallery. This new perspective made the subject of these pictures even… Continue reading

FedEx Everywhere

Taken last summer at the corner of a parking lot in an industrial park. Pentax MX, SMC Pentax 50/1.4, Fuji Superia X-Tra 400. Unedited.

Cherokee Roses

Based on my own observations, Cherokee roses seem to be the most common flowers still blooming at this time of the year. They are a much welcomed presence during my walks.

Garden in September

These are just a few of the pictures I took of fruits and flowers growing in Marietta, North of Atlanta, in early September. The flower is an Angel’s Trumpet, the grapes were of… Continue reading

Bulldog in Winn Park Pond

This rugged bulldog seemed to be particularly sensitive to the charms of Winn Park’s beautiful gardens. This park, with many other parks, is located in the Ansley Park Historic District, which is a… Continue reading

Butterfly in Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park has many colorful flowers that are a joy to the eye and to butterflies. This flower seems happy to have been able to provide this Monarch with what it needed.

Perplexed Geese

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