Gray pumpkins

Keeping the Holidays in Order

Now that Halloween has been left in the past for another year, and the country is back on standard time, we should be careful to keep our holidays in order. With all the marketing strategies geared toward parting you and your money by offering amazing early Christmas shopping deals, it Read more…

Skeleton with Panama hat and glasses wearing a shirt and vest.

My Halloween Post

With Halloween this week, you might expect a post with pictures of ghouls, ghost, and goblins. This isn’t it, but some might think it close. Had I been thinking about this post then, I might have taken more pictures of the creative “scarecrows” on display at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens Read more…

A Big Sign

Last fall I grabbed my camera and a tripod and went to see what I could find to shoot. My first stop was at Starr’s Mill. It’s an old historic mill at the intersection of two main highways not far from home. From there I decided to stay off the Read more…

World Otter Day

Today is World Otter Day. The International Otter Survival Fund established this day to raise awareness about the importance of otters in our environment. This year marks the fifth World Otter Day.