Monthly Archives: May 2015

Bird in the Bush
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Worth Two in the Bush

“A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.” That old saying struck me today as I sojourned along St. Julian Street, enjoying my morning walk that took me through Savannah’s beautiful Historic District. “Look there!”, Neal motioned. … Continue reading

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Leafy Reflections

Discovery: Cat bowls are a haven for fallen leaves and a reservoir for raindrops. They provide us with a collection of leafy diversity.  I am awed by the simple beauty present in nature!            

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Early Bird, Waiting for Today’s Catch

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Early Bird The locals gather for the fresh catch of the day along the docks and piers outside of the Safe Harbor Seafood Market and Restaurant on the St. Johns River, Mayport, Florida.                                      

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Beignet Love

Beignets? Better go to Huey’s on the River, Savannah, Georgia.                    

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricacies

WordPress weekly photo challenge: Intricate As a member of the Telfair Museums in Savannah, GA, I was honored to attend an exhibit by Tibet’s Drepung Loseling Monastery from Atlanta, Georgia. During this visit the monks created one of their spiritual sand … Continue reading

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People Portraits: No Coffee

A portrait captures a moment that’s gone forever, they are impossible to reproduce. Street Photography: No coffee.  My goal in this series is to create a really awesome frame of this person existing because they allowed me time to share … Continue reading