Pigeons at Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta, Georgia.
29 April 2019, Mockingbird, Perry, Georgia. Some of the calls it's making sound like cardinals, nuthatches, and blue jays.
Edward Branch, Jr., known simply as Eddie, Jr. is the owner and operator of Branch Motors (Your Branch office!) in Dublin, Georgia, which is the largest population center near where he and his family have lived for generations. They specialize in big American vehicles, mainly General Motors trucks and autos, and most of his revenue … Continue reading Axe Man, Eddie, Jr.
A photo of Atlanta's Skyline, taken 8 April 2018, from Sweet Auburn, DeKalb Avenue, using various filters in Photoshop.
Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South has been reviewed at The Book Review Directory. http://bookreviewdirectory.com/2018/04/11/editorial-review-atlanta-stories-fables-of-the-new-south/
I'm trying out a new photo app that gives me more control over exposure and photo quality. Here are some shots taken 23 March using it. They've all been processed using Photoshop Express.
Download the Kindle version of Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South for a special price, $0.99, now until Saturday, March 24, 2018. Listen to an excerpt of Dead Man’s Hat then follow the link to buy. Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South
Various discarded items I've encountered while out walking, between January and March of 2018. To qualify as a discarded item they have to be unattended in a place they clearly don't belong, with no one anywhere around who could own the item. These are photographed exactly as found, as I am honor bound to not … Continue reading Discarded Items, Various Dates 2018
Below is a compilation of bird videos I posted to Instagram throughout February 2018. These were taken at either Mason Mill Park, or along the South Peachtree Creek PATH in Atlanta, GA. The video labeled "Song Sparrow" actually depicts a Field Sparrow, I believe.
Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South (ISBN: 978-0-9848913-6-8) is now available in its second edition. Eight stories featuring people who have come to Atlanta, Georgia to reinvent themselves. Portions of these stories appeared on this blog between 2014-2017. Stories include: Mockingbird Journey From Night A Debt to Pay Dead Man’s Hat Remains Bare-Assed Messiah … Continue reading Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South, Second Edition