Sherardia arvensis (Field Madder or Spurwort) is the tiniest wildflower I have ever photographed. Continue reading
If the daffodils slowly emerging in my garden are not enough of a clue, the Persian Speedwells blooming are a sure sign Spring is on the way. Continue reading
One of my last nature photographs from 2014 was taken near the top of Blood Mountain in North Georgia. Continue reading
Holly is a symbol of the holiday season, but we rarely see photos of the shrub/tree when it blooms in May. I’m lucky enough to have three very large Holly Trees. The tiny little white flowers alongside the red berries was a magical site.
Photo taken with my iPhone, no edits.
We may not have as many of the vibrant fall leaves here in the south, but we do have little gems if you take the time to look.
Photo taken with my iPhone 4, edited in Instagram.
Umber, sienna, chestnut, ocher – some of my favorite colors are the colors of autumn. Continue reading
I’ve just returned from Dragon Con in Atlanta, where I participated in the 2014 Art Show. It’s a juried exhibition held each year in the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. The hotel opened in 1967 and was first known as the Regency Hyatt House. The revolutionary 22-story atrium was designed by architect John Calvin Portman, Jr. and it set the tone for future hotel designs.
Whenever I’m at Dragon Con and Hyatt I can’t help but look up!
Photo taken with my iPhone 4.