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    Peridot Waves

    Jeremy and I went to Clearwater Beach, Florida to see our cousin get married! During the off-hours we spent a lot of time at the beach and I took a few shots…

  • Life, Photography

    Missy

    My favorite furpal. She’ll be 12 this go-round the sun.  May the badassery never cease!…

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    Kung Fu

    Jeremy’s been doing Kung Fu for a few months now. He started back in the summer and has really loved it. It was a source of stress relief when I would spend…

  • Photography

    New York Skylines

    New York City’s iconic skyline is worth a view every time I fly in. This time we went both in the morning, and at sunset. It was worth it to see the…

  • Photography

    The Turkey’s Feathers

    A lot has happened between Boston and today. One important thing that happened is that I found myself on one side of my camera with a turkey on the other side.…

  • Photography, Travel

    A Hot Minute in Boston

    Jeremy and I went to Boston for Paz’s wedding but had an opportunity to check out some of the city sights and catch up with our old middle school – college friend…

  • Photography

    The Butlers’ Fireworks Show

    Our small group friends Thomas and Noke put on an amazing fireworks show at their home this year. I brought my camera and caught a few of the explosions. I hope Jeremy…

  • Photography

    Chihuly in the Garden

    Chihuly in the Garden is back in Atlanta. I remember my first year in college, at Georgia State University, when Chihuly in the Garden first came to Atlanta. It was a good…

  • Photography, Travel

    Amicalola Falls State Park

    This weekend we spent the entirety of Saturday in North Georgia. Between rainshowers we hiked up the incline and then the subsequent 500 steps. It was good to get some exercise as…

  • Photography

    Brown Headed Nuthatches

    The local population of brown-headed nuthatches has tripled since we started feeding them.  I have determined this because there used to be two and now there are six. Super scientific. Anywhoo, they…

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    Spring Birds in Roswell

    Jeremy and I stopped by our friends’ Val & Sam’s home in Roswell this morning. One of my favorite things about their home is the forest in their backyard and the well…

  • Photography

    Spring in Duluth

    Winter always feels long and dreary here in Georgia. I always blame my South Indian genetics for why I feel the way I do about winter but really, who loves dead trees…

  • Photography, Travel

    Providence Canyon

    In the middle west of Georgia, just at the border of Alabama lies an unexpected geological feature. Canyons are rare in the southeast. Those that mimic the visual impact of a much…

  • Photography

    Red Shouldered Hawk

    The weather this weekend in Georgia was spectacular. We enjoyed a good hike up Sawnee mountain yesterday and today, with the temperature hitting 70, we spent a pleasant couple of hours at…