Santa Fe sugar cane village and Casa de Luz; home for handicapped children

(Click through to see today’s images)…  Today’s excursions produced a mixed bag of emotions in me.  We started off tagging along with Springwood Christian, a school roughly an hour outside of Atlanta, and went to a sugar cane village (Santa Fe) to deliver food.  We started the morning bagging some food which would feed a… Read More

Griffith Park Observatory

This was such a beautiful weekend!  Decided to head to the Observatory with my wife and three year old.  What a gift; free admission, beautiful views, and a great group of folks expanding their minds! (Or so I assume).  Today I just wanted to play with getting star bursts in camera and a bit of… Read More

Day 214 -France

Here are the images from our trip to France.  Our trip was phenomenal!  We spent two days in Paris, then took the high speed train down to Provence and rented an old farm home that was over 250 years old.  Each day we shuttled to various towns in the area.  From Aix en Provence to… Read More

Day 155 – Wedding & Baptism

Today was a great day!  I was asked to photograph a wedding for a friend along with a subsequent baptism.  The wedding was at 8AM in Lincoln Heights, the baptism was to start around 1030AM followed by a recption.  What a great time!  Such a warm and welcoming community.  My dad has been diagnosed with… Read More

Day 153 – Yabba Dabba Doo?

I love church.  Our church emphasizes that church is not “a place where”, but “a people who”.  This particular church appears to be a “church who…references the Flinstones to get the word out to the crowd!  I can’t see this restocking the pond with enthusiastic millenials?However, I’m a bit older and appreciated it!  So yes,… Read More

Day 152 – Glamping!

I can’t wait to take my boys camping and since it’s not quite summer, I thought I would take a trial run!  Set up the tent in the living room and my little one hopped in was so excited! Grabbed Larry the Cucumber and watched a little Daniel Tiger.  Now we are watching the Red… Read More

Day 142 – Promenade

I still enjoy heading over to the promenade to witness the nuts, homeless, tourists, talent, and locals.  Now that the train comes all the way through (and today’s fares being free), it was quite crowded down there!  But there at the corner was Rock ‘n Roll Jesus, singing terribly but owning it.  The kids and… Read More