What a weekend. My lovely girlfriend and her mother both coach a high school swim team on the west side of the metro Atlanta area. Several weeks ago, I offered to come to their state meet, if they could get me a credential/deck pass. When they came through, I headed online and placed a rental […]
In November of 2018, I purchased my first “real” mountain bike — a brand new Trek Stache 5. In my brief review of that bike, I said something along the lines of “BOMB SMASH CRUSH.” Little did I know, that almost exactly two years later, I’d be purchasing an even more outrageous monster truck of […]
As the year comes to a close, I thought that I would do something new for me by embracing the common “year in review” trope. For those that follow the blog, many of the following images may be familiar. For those who follow me on Instagram, most will likely be familiar. But I wanted to […]
I decided to pop up to Yonah Mountain to hike this morning, and enjoy the views. Ended up getting to watch and shoot some climbers who were up there as well.
Madison and I had been looking to visit and hike the falls and gorge floor for several months now. Having done the research, and having found out that the park only allows 100 permitted visitors to the gorge floor (weather permitting) each day, we wanted to get their early — before the park opened at […]
This Elgin 0-size pocket watch dates to 1897. The 14k gold-filled case holds a low-grade movement, that when I received it, had a tangled hair spring. After a service, it’s running pretty darn perfectly — especially for a 120+ year-old watch. More importantly, and impressively, this is a family heirloom. My great great-grandfather owned a […]
Nikon 105 Macro So, since I moved from Tallahassee to north Georgia, having finished school and taken a “real,” “adult” job, my photography needs and pursuits have changed substantially. No longer am I regularly photographing D1 college sports, or high-action club swimming. Rather, I’ve moved towards “adventure” and documentarian style as I go on hikes, […]