Here’s hoping they don’t run into a hungry heron.
Seven pointed star on the Atlanta Beltline.
Not quite as majestic as when I first encountered her, but still beautiful.
Today's subject is a foam skull I purchased the last time the Georgia Shakespeare Festival performed Hamlet. I photographed it on my dining table, using just the overhead lights and natural lighting from the window. The tabletop has an interesting design that provided a nice backdrop. I edited it with some filters in Photoshop Express. … Continue reading Fun with Photoshop: Skulls
This is a sculpture I encountered while walking through Freedom Park, 18 April 2013. The plaque accompanying it identified it as One Woman Rising. The plaque read: One Woman Rising Inspired by One Billion Rising, a global day of action calling for the end of violence against women and girls, this abstract sculpted dancing woman … Continue reading One Woman Rising, Freedom Park, Atlanta, GA, 18 April 2013
Anyone walking up the trail to the top of Stone Mountain is familiar with the various carvings people have made over the years, some more than a century old. I decided to do some research on Ancestry to see what information I could dig up on some of the more interesting ones. All photos were … Continue reading The Carvings on Stone Mountain