This photo shoot continues our tour of the Petersburg National Battlefield. This time we took pictures in an area where a handful of men from the Union army clandestinely dug a mine that reached the Confederate lines. Once under the Confederate position, the mine was filled with explosives and detonated! The explosion caused the Earth to tremble propelling Confederate men and artillery into the air and creating a huge crater that was at least 30 feet deep and approximately 120 feet wide! (more…)
Steve Madden sandals
Sometimes, life’s wonderful moments happen unexpectedly. About a month or so ago, my friend, Bill, surprised me. He said he would be in my area attending his older brother’s pinning ceremony for promotion to Colonel in the United States Air Force! I was so happy for Bill and his family because many years before, their father had a similar pinning ceremony when he was promoted to Colonel. Their military service had come full circle and I can only imagine the pride and joy beaming from their hearts as Stephen was pinned. (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!