Visiting Civil War battlefields is a pastime my dad and I share. So, anytime we can combine a visit with a photo shoot makes for a lively afternoon. This shoot took place at the Petersburg National Battlefield. It was here approximately 152 years ago that Union General Ulysses S. Grant lay siege to Petersburg in a successful attempt to destroy Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s army. General Grant understood that devastating the Confederate’s main supply line at Petersburg would eventually secure the fall of Richmond, the Confederate capital. (more…)
My Forever BFF, Tammy, LOVES animals. I love animals too…from a distance. 😉
The arrival of Fall, my favorite time of year, softens the blow of Summer’s adieu. For me, routine replaces spontaneity and the countdown to Christmas begins! 🙂 Fall foliage captivates as I enjoy nature’s wandering work of art dancing all around me in vivid hues of yellow, orange, and red. Fall’s ephemeral beauty decorates the landscape in a kaleidoscope of leaves while the aroma of firewood fills the crisp evening air, awakening the senses. (more…)
I have to admit, I’ve lived in Southern Maryland for many years now and this was my first time in Solomons Island. It is a quaint town on the Patuxent River/Chesapeake Bay. Very picturesque. It is a perfect destination for a weekend getaway and/or a photo shoot. 🙂 (more…)
Charleston, SC is a city I enjoy visiting because of its Civil War past. So, it was only natural for my Forever BFF, Tammy, and I to take a day trip there. We left Savannah early Sunday morning. When we were about 20 miles into South Carolina, traffic came to a crawl on Interstate 95 North. Tammy exclaimed: “Look!” and we saw an exit ramp flooded with a submerged car!