Photography

Old Medicine – Friday Photo

Despite the threat of three active volcanos, life is quite vibrant in Antigua, Guatemala. But, the remnants of older buildings serve as a constant reminder, even with the puffs of smoke rising from the surrounding mountains. Read More

Deeper Than Healing the Wounds

Our recent trip to Guatemala exposed us to another group of small coffee growers that suffer a system that disadvantages their work and advantages those with a network to bring the beans to market. In other words, while our price for coffee rises, the net income for those who grow the product remains negligible at best. Read More

Winds of Change

The wind shifted out of the north. We know the State Fair starts tomorrow. Around these parts that means an increased possibility of Fall weather – colder with some rain. Read More

Spying Jokers – Friday Photo

Early mornings we often spy a rabbit exploring the yard. Last week we found her coming closer to the house investigating one of our flower beds. I grabbed the camera and hoped to get a shot. Quietly I peered around a corner and was able to snap this one. Read More

Mississippi Kite’s Eye – Friday Photo

“You need to bring your long lens over and get a photo of the kite.”

Every year a pair of Mississippi Kites nest in Bob and Eloise’s backyard. Each year they choose a different tree. This year the pair chose a very tall Loblolly Pine. Read More