25 November 2020, Stone Mountain, Georgia.
5 June 2018, Chamblee, Georgia. 5 June 2018, Chamblee, Georgia. 5 June 2018, Chamblee, Georgia.
While most are familiar with the four canonical gospels found in the Bible, early Christianity produced many gospels, one for just about every notable follower of Jesus. The Gnostics were some of the most prolific in this endeavor, issuing gospels for Peter, Thomas, Mary Magdalene, and even Judas Iscariot. There are surviving relicts of the … Continue reading Real Bible Studies: The Gospels
This is a scan of the original photo, found in a box from my mother’s house. It’s from my fourth birthday, fifty-three years ago. This is my attempt to recover the image using Photoshop or Lightroom. I thought I did a reasonably good job. This is from a scan I did several years ago from … Continue reading Why Hang on to Negatives?
25 December 2019, Houston Lake Road, Warner Robins, Georgia.
16 June 2018, Buford Highway, Doraville, Georgia.
Skyline of Atlanta, taken from the Jackson Street bridge. The law firm of Castor, Makepeace, & Pollux is not one of the oldest firms in Atlanta, but it has two of the most prestigious attorneys in town. Lucius Castor is a former state and superior court judge who also served as district attorney in Fulton … Continue reading Castor, Makepeace, and Pollux
12 November 2020: Carolina Wren.
9 November 2020: Ballard’s Obelisk, Moultrie, Georgia.
After Delilah’s mother, Persephone, was murdered, Delilah was taken in by her great-aunt, Wanda. She never formally adopted Delilah, but was named her guardian, with control over her niece’s affairs until Delilah turned twenty-one, graduated college, or married. Delilah knew Wanda as her “little Aunt”, which is what Persephone always called her. She was actually … Continue reading Delilah & Wanda