I'll Get To It Soon
"I'll Get to it Soon"was one of two of my photos selected for Slow Exposures 2017. It was also selected for other juried exhibitions: the Gwinnett Heritage and Environmental Center show in 2018, and in "Southern Currents" of the Atlanta Photography Group in 2019. It speaks of time and the time-frame of all of us. It is a 16x24 print, matted and framed to 32x24.5".
Store Fronts | Merging Eras
"Store Fronts | Merging Eras" shows the dichotomy of the old blending in with the new. This photo from Rutledge, GA, was the second of two of my photos selected for the SlowExposures 2017 show. It also won second place in the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Photography Show, 2018. It is a 16x24 print, matted and framed to 22x28. The frame is of reclaimed barn wood.
American Goldfinch | Peeling a Poppy Seed Pod
This beautiful photo of a female American Goldfinch peeling a poppy seed pod even captures the seeds on her beak. Most recently, this piece was one of three photos that received first placed in "Photographer's Theme" at the North Gwinnett Arts Association in 2019. It also received honorable mention in the Georgia Nature Photographer's Show, "Double Vision," in 2016; and second place in the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Show for Native Wildlife and People's Choice categories in 2018.
American Goldfinch | Painterly
This photo of an American Goldfinch amidst poppies first captured my imagination when I saw it through the viewfinder. It continues to do so, as it looks so much like a beautiful painting. This piece was one of three photos that received first placed in "Photographer's Theme" at the North Gwinnett Arts Association in 2019.
American Goldfinch | Perspective
This photo of a male American Goldfinch shows how simply changing perspective can completely change how you see. I shot this turning my camera...something I have done since I was a teenager with my first Pentax. This photo is one of the three that won first place in the North Gwinnett Arts Association show, Photographer's Theme, in 2019. The print is 18x24", and matted and framed. It is available in other sizes, unframed.