Atlanta/#Thursdaydoors

  NO WAY is there only one door in Atlanta worthy of representation. In fact, the total opposite is true. Every time one turns around or looks across the landscape of Atlanta, there is some architectural wonder, both old and classic or new and innovative. It is a feast for urban photography, yet moving out of the city and into the rural areas entices me even more to click away at the trees, the birds, the butterflies….so much!   But on this trip I only managed one specific door, while joining two of our favorite young people for breakfast. The … Continue reading Atlanta/#Thursdaydoors

No Volcanoes Here/#SoCS/#Atlanta

In~vol~untary evacuation can lead to marvelous e~vol~utionary processes. For instance, last week we were forced to cancel our dream vacation (again) to Costa Rica, land of volcanoes and Pura Vida. Since we don’t have relatives living in brick homes elsewhere … Continue reading No Volcanoes Here/#SoCS/#Atlanta

World of Wooden Boats…the Festival in Madisonville, LA

Welcome to Madisonville! Here in this oak lined, slow-paced city in Louisiana is where the annual Wooden Boat Festival is hosted yearly in early Autumn.  Although I am a native of Louisiana and have spent a better part of my adult life here, I have only just this weekend had the pleasure of making it to the festival.  In my defense, this IS hurricane season; and past thoughts of attending were thwarted by the appearance of sudden storms, cold fronts and any number of “child emergencies”, including, but not limited to, school functions.  Now that my husband and I are … Continue reading World of Wooden Boats…the Festival in Madisonville, LA