These two images constitute 100% of our now sparse wine collection.  This depleted state is a far cry from 10 years ago when we usually had 20-30 bottles at any time. That number increased just before the holidays. Our fascination with wine began in 1978 when we decided to seeContinue Reading

The Carter Center is in the middle of Atlanta. Freedom Park, which surrounds it, is a somewhat loose collection of green spaces scattered over a relatively wide area. Recently, I learned that some walking paths have art, specifically sculptures, like the Atlanta BeltLine. Eager to shoot my Maxxum 700si  andContinue Reading

I have more cameras and lenses than I need. Most were bought because of the Vintage Minolta Love Project (VMLP). When I bought them, my plan was to write a user experience report, keep the gear I liked, then sell the others. Thus far, three years into the project, IContinue Reading

I’ve always been fascinated by the Bank of America Plaza. It stands atop a rise between Midtown and Downtown Atlanta, so one approaching it from the east or west is going uphill. Standing in the valley on North Avenue that nestles the entrance to Old Fourth Ward Park and lookingContinue Reading

It seems new color films are appearing monthly. So far, I have bought rolls of Washi X, CineStill 400D, and Wolfen NC 500, and I hope to try Lomochrome Color 92. As I later discovered, Washi X is repackaged Kodak Aerocolor IV, a surveillance film. Washi X appears to beContinue Reading

Every spring, I try to get fresh images of the first blooms. Usually, this happens in early April, and this year was no different. The woodland phlox kicked things off and was soon followed by the Catmint and Gerber daisies. The azaleas, usually loaded with blooms, were more subdued thisContinue Reading