Brook Run Park, Dunwoody, GA.
Chamblee-Tucker Road, Chamblee, GA.
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/
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
Coming soon! Atlanta Stories: Fables of the New South. Eight stories about people coming to Atlanta to reinvent themselves. Stories include: Mockingbird Journey From Night A Debt to Pay Dead Man's Hat Remains Bare-Assed Messiah Atomic Punk Phoenix Release date: August 1. Available at online bookstores and direct from the author.
Took this video on my first visit to Constitution Lake in Southwest Atlanta. I almost walked onto the deck without looking, which would most likely have scared it away, but fortunately, I caught sight of it in time. I could tell immediately it was some member of the heron family, but it took a search … Continue reading Yellow-Crested Night-Heron
House Wren Ebony Jewelwing
Video of birds walking from various dates and times. Included are: Pigeon, Brookhaven, GA Seagull, Myrtle Beach, SC Egret, Myrtle Beach, SC Geese, Stone Mountain, GA Zebra Finch, Chamblee, GA Ducks, Chamblee, GA Eastern Towhee, Chamblee, GA Great Blue Heron, Chamblee, GA Robin, Atlanta, GA Original video, © 2017, G. M. Lupo. For more content, … Continue reading Bird Walk
This is a compilation of videos taken of the blue heron that visits a local pond each year, throughout March and April of this year. The videos have been arranged to form a loose narrative.