Tuesday, May 31, 2011

"Gone Fishin"

Whatever the circumstances, the fishin' here is definitely gone as is evidenced by a rusted chair abandoned at what must have been a choice location along this creek in Southeast Texas.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

"Brass & Glass"

Even in silence on a weekday morning, the brass horns extending from the organ loft dramatically compliment the stained glass windows of the All Saints' Chapel on the campus of The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.

"Swingin' At The Campground"

Whoever said you can't swing at an old Sunday School Assembly, never made it to Monteagle TN. While strolling the winding roads, this woven hammock, strung between two giant oaks, proved most inviting.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

"Cowboy Hot Tub"

Just outside Fredricksburg, there's a working ranch complete with genuine Texas Longhorns (see previous post). And for those who are just plumb tuckered out after a day on the range, stretch out, relax and enjoy a homemade redneck spa. It's guaranteed to relieve those aching joints, especially if accompanied by an ice cold Lone Star Beer.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011


On an early morning stroll through the Monteagle Assembly campground, this deserted footbridge, one of several throughout the complex, proved too interesting not to capture.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

"Mystery of the Creek"

While walking a creek bed for photo ops, the mystery unfolded. Enmeshed in the roots of a tree, a Ford Mustang hubcap. The mystery? How'd it get here? Where'd it come from? But the most intriguing question: where's the car to which it was once attached?

Monday, May 9, 2011

"Double Trouble"

Up close, these Texas Longhorns look pretty intimidating, but actually these cows were docile, patient and curious. Once they figured the camera would do no harm, I was free to roam about snapping different members of the herd at my leisure. The Texas Hill Country outside Fredricksburg provided the scenic backdrop on this photo safari.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

"Fountain Archway"

In one of the many green spaces located throughout the city of Savannah, Georgia, this park's central focus is the ornate fountain creating water patterns in all directions. Even on a blistering, hot day, this shady setting provides a welcome respite from the elements.