Rivers Rush And Leaves Fall So We Don’t Have To.

Fall colors peaked in the Great Smokey Mountain National Park this last week, and with camera in hand I did my best to find a spot to capture a small part of it. Driving along the Nantahala river in North Carolina, we took a left turn from the main road and followed a path that...

Why We Really Need Another Blog Post About Change.

Heraclitus, I believe, says that all things pass and nothing stays, and comparing existing things to the flow of a river, he says you could not step twice into the same river. — The Greek Philosopher Plato  This same idea is also attributed to native American Indians who approached the world with a similar philosophical...

Icy Challenges And Successful Failures

The temperature hung around freezing for over a week and I responded by staying indoors in the warmth and comfort of a controlled climate, watching the world through my protective window until I just couldn’t stand it anymore. Grabbing my cameras and layering up for the cold, I set out to see a waterfall that...

Wrong Turns Are Sometimes The Right Way To Go

As a wandering soul and curious photographer, I have a tendency to be easily distracted. Some might call this a weakness. I find it keeps things interesting and hold it up as a strength. Not very long ago while wandering, I took a wrong turn. Maybe I shouldn’t call it a wrong turn, but more appropriately an...

Do I Know How Far It Is To The Next Place?

SEE THE VIDEO ABOUT THIS POST: CLICK HERE Feeling extra ambitious the other day, I set out on an 8 mile hike to see a waterfall. I was anxious to make a trip like this before the leaves were done changing colors, and hoped to get some great autumn vibrancy captured for this year. The...

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