Dried hydrangeas never fail to impress me. And shooting with a macro lens brings you into their secret world from their subtle, yet varying, color to the fine detail of their paper thin leaves. It’s one flower that you can shoot year round and always come up with something unique!
Tennessee Icepocalypse 2015.
The Parthenon: In Nashville!
I think many visitors are surprised to see such an awesome piece of architecture in Nashville. It was built as a temporary piece in 1897 for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. Eventually most of the facade was replaced with material that would stand the test of time (and the extremely hot humid summers in TN.) Inside is an beautiful replica of Athena. A definite must to see in Nashville!
I’m catching up on the August in B&W project and posting a few of the photos from the past couple of days. Some I take in b&w and some I convert later. The conversion seems to be harder for me as I’m comparing it to the color version. This has been a great project in seeing things in b&w!
LIfe in B&W for August 2014. I’m posting a few more from this month. Join us here if you’d like to join in the fun!
An experiment in walking time lapse photography.
We had a beautiful fall in Tennessee this year. The leaves were gorgeous and I really took advantage this year and shot as much as I could.