While I hope you’ll take the time to enjoy more of my work, the featured art here is a taste of the artwork that I have created over the years. In most cases, this is art to buy as prints available in my shop.

Some of my work is from my home state of Georgia while others are inspired by places I’ve lived or places I’ve traveled both in the US and abroad.

This featured art may be showcased because of a special story or memory connected to the subject. Or in some cases I was just particularly proud of how the artwork turned out or how it has been received by others.

As always if you have questions about any of my work whether it’s the art pictured here or that found in my shop, please send me a message with your questions or comments and I’ll be happy to respond.

Taste of Paris – New Prints Offered

I’ve been making major headway with re-working my online gallery, and the latest to join the completed stack are the prints on offer from Paris! I’ve said over and over again that Paris is easily the most photogenic place I’ve … Read More

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Dream Tree and Sunset on Nicaragua

Still going full-steam ahead on my print collection revamp, but happy to say that I can very nearly see the end in sight! It’s been a long time coming, but it’s been very worthwhile. What originally started as just re-writing … Read More

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Rustic Alabama – Asa Johnston Home

I’ve been back from my winter adventure for several weeks now, but rather than working on the many photos I took in Quebec and New York, I’ve been trying to wrap up last year’s project to update my galleries along … Read More

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A Year of Pictures Later

It’s been several days now since my 365 project ended. Quite a mixture of feelings seeing it come to a conclusion. First, having been sick a couple of times during this project, there’s a slight bit of relief.  I was … Read More

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Manhattan Skyline

Little did I know until too late to write this post that yesterday (May 24th) was the anniversary of the opening of the Brooklyn Bridge in 1883. I may have missed the boat, but it put me in mind that … Read More

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March Already?

Amazing how quickly time can pass by isn’t it? I can’t believe I haven’t made an update since returning from Mexico. Very lame of me! Although I guess it could well be that there’s not a load of announcements to … Read More

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Eiffel Tower Pictures

A trip to Paris just wouldn’t be complete without seeing its most famous landmark, the Eiffel Tower.  Built in 1889 as the entrance to the World’s Fair, it was never intended to be there a hundred years later.  In fact, … Read More

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Fall in North Georgia

Fall is just my favorite season. Spring is a close second, but autumn has the cool temps and the bright colors, especially in the north part of the state where I lived for a decade. In fact, even though the … Read More

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Notre Dame de Paris By Night

I guess in a way my posts for Notre Dame de Paris are out of order, as I’ve presented the pictures of it from the daytime first in these previous posts. Notre Dame Paris Prints Gargoyles of Notre Dame The … Read More

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Gargoyles of Notre Dame

One of the more memorable moments of my time in Paris was climbing to the top of Notre Dame de Paris.  It’s the latest in a chain of cathedrals and churches that I’ve ascended, but truly any publicly accessible tower … Read More

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Notre Dame Cathedral Prints

I’ve been diligently working on getting my Paris prints gallery in order.  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, despite the fact I wasn’t enthusiastic about Paris, the pictures from the trip have shown me one thing, this … Read More

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Montezuma Depot Scenes

One of the earliest subjects of my growing love of photography here at home was the old red brick depot in Montezuma. My earliest memories of downtown, the depot was used by the local police department, but there are still … Read More

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Connemara Prints

One of the highlights of my time in Galway was taking a bus out to Connemara and spending a couple of nights in this tiny lodge/hostel just above Killary Fjord.  It definitely would have been a nice place to have … Read More

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Five Nights in Paris – Part Two

Continuing from my previous post of featured photos in Paris, after an early morning at Sacre Coeur, I made my way to Notre Dame de Paris. Although as you can see there were a lot of long shadows, there was … Read More

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Five nights in Paris – Part One

It’s precious little surprise to anyone who reads my blog that Paris was not the highlight of my month across the pond last winter.  However, I have to give Paris its due, it was an incredibly photogenic city.  I don’t … Read More

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Trinity College Prints

One of the first places I found myself on a fairly random stroll around Dublin on day one of my trip was Trinity College.  The college was established in the late 16th century but the bulk of the architecture of … Read More

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O’Connell Street Scenes

I mentioned in a previous post that the star of North Dublin had dimmed somewhat, but the city leaders have also pumped money into revitalizing one of Dublin’s grand avenues.  O’Connell Street has the distinction of being one of the … Read More

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Dublin River Liffey

Dublin’s very foundations lie many centuries ago along the River Liffey.  Though the Vikings wouldn’t recognize Dublin today, the city still straddles the Liffey.  For many years the fashionable addresses in Dublin lay north of the Liffey.  For many years … Read More

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Dublin Nights

One thing about visiting Ireland in the winter, I got to see an awful lot of the places I saw after the sun went down – if it ever, in fact, came up at all.  Luckily, I love night photos, … Read More

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Savannah Scenes

I can truthfully say that I did not spend enough time in Savannah to truly photograph all of the sights, but one of the highlights of my visit remains Savannah’s Cathedral. I heard several tour guides on passing buses compare … Read More

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Tybee Island Beach

When I went to Savannah for a few days last Fall, my travels turned into a couple of days at the beach and less time in Savannah than I had planned.  This only means that I must return to this … Read More

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Tybee Lighthouse – Coastal Georgia

Tybee Island is a beautiful little gem off the coast of Savannah, Georgia. Tybee has long been a weekend getaway for citizens of Savannah (it was in fact renamed Savannah Beach for a time). Today, Tybee Island sees vacationers from … Read More

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Brooklyn on the East River

I only tiptoed into the fringe of Brooklyn on this trip but hope to see more of New York City’s five boroughs one day. These scenes are from the edge of the East River which affords a nice view of Manhattan. This … Read More

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Around New York City

When I was in New York, I took several bus tours in an effort to get my bearings and see the main sights. Probably given the short time I had, it was too many bus tours but I got the … Read More

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New York Nights

New York has a well earned reputation for the city that never sleeps and the night lights are a must see for anyone visiting. Aside from just walking and enjoying (recommended), there are also open top bus tours of the … Read More

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Brooklyn Bridge For Sale – Art Prints

Certainly one of New York City’s most famous bridges is the Brooklyn Bridge which connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. It’s the oldest suspension bridge in the US and met with some misfortune for the builders in the 13 years it … Read More

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