Creature Comforts makes some of my favorite beer out there, so it is particularly exciting for them to host my photographs during the month of February. I have 19 pieces of work (printed directly to pieces of aluminum) on display in the brewery gallery until the beginning of March, and I am giving a talk […]
After two years of research and production, my book has finally been published on the Apple iBooks Store. It is a great supplement to science and history instruction within the K-12 classroom here in Georgia, as it takes students into the parks to hear about the unique aspects of each location straight from the experts. […]
I am winding down all of my visits for my state park digital textbook, and I have shot a LOT of footage all over this beautiful state. I put together a video with some of the highlights that I have embedded below. I have another version that I did for the state of Georgia that […]
On the way to watch Tennessee beat Florida for the first time in 11 years (Hallelujah!) we drove up through the N. Georgia mountains into North Carolina. We were treated to a fantastic sunset just outside of Clayton, so I had to pull over and capture the moment. I love the beach, but I LOVE […]
There is nothing like the Appalachians after a heavy rain. The fog rises slowly from the numerous valleys, clinging to the trees and the tops of the mountains. On this particular day, the clouds thinned enough to let the setting sun illuminate the sky, creating an exceptional opportunity.
I have taken quite a few photos in the mountains over the years, and you will see cows in a lot of them. Our cabin overlooks a lot of pastureland with grazing cattle, so they are the unwilling subjects of many shots. This is one of them.
We have a cabin in the N. Georgia mountains, and over the years we have seen several bears in the area. None of them were as “friendly” as this guy, and he came to our property one afternoon and had no interest in leaving. He climbed a tree, walked around in the woods, and then […]
One nice thing about the mountains is that they are beautiful ALL of the time, regardless of the season or the weather. For instance, after a heavy thunderstorm in the summer, fog can be seen rising up from the many peaks and valleys of the Appalachians. It is beautiful and serene.
Old machinery can be very photogenic, due to the weathering and wear from years or decades of service. This old tractor was sitting in a field about 1/2 a mile away from me, but drone photography allows for a freedom that has never before been realized among the photographic world.