This is my house number that I’m proud to live in. There have been plenty of shenanigans from the climbing wall to the stump fire they all hold a special place in my heart. It makes me thankful for the friends and family that I have down here. I know one thing about this house I’m going to miss it dearly.
This little guy was on the wall of my house. Quite literally hanging out and looking mighty cool at the same time. I’ve always liked frogs and thought they were good luck just ask my good friend J2.
Look at that celestial body right there! One thing I love is looking at the stars, moon, and sky at night. This was taken a while back on a tripod with a 200mm lens. my favorite part is that the craters turned out sharper than I could have ever hoped for.
My friend pointed out this little snail hauling it across the pavement and it turned into a great macro image. As you can see I really love macro images and there are probably more to come. the detail it brings out is just amazing to me.
Every now and then I see one of these alien looking flowers but I’ve never gotten a chance to take a picture of one and its even more beautiful the closer you get. It looks like some kind of ufo or something. Any info on the flower would be nice but other wise enjoy and continue to be creative out there!
This image was inspired by one of my favorite songs by Jason Isbell: Alabama pines. True to the lyrics “Somebody take me home, through those Alabama pines.” this was taken in my back yard from the top of a bona fide Alabama pine overlooking the Tennessee river. I can honestly say that I will never get tired of this view and I would argue with anyone that this small town we live in is one of the most beautiful places on the earth.
Today I chose one of my favorite things, my bike, on top of cold water mountain. It was definitely a rough ride but it was a fun day with the boys.