My BEAUTIFUL wife.
This picture looks much better in person!
This is my favorite picture. This
is someone I have never met. I just saw her and
snapped some pictures of her during the reception after
my friends were married.
Here is the Traveler's Rest Inn.
This place is located in Georgia. If you take Hwy 123 from
South Carolina, you will see signs for it only a few miles after
you cross the border into Georgia. Following the signs, you
might travel 2 or 3 miles off of 123 before you find it.
This was an old stage coach stop. You could rent half of a
bed for the night for a quarter. There were lot's of beautiful
antiques including furniture and kitchen items. Many of the
antiques were actually used by the house's inhabitants for many years.
You can tour the inn for two dollars, and if you are lucky, you will
get to meet Stonewall the cat (not pictured).
These two boys were also at the
wedding reception as the flower girl. I took three pictures of
these guys. I tried to get a 'candid' shot of them being natural.
They knew I was out there and as soon as I would try to ready my camera they
would start posing. They would pretend to play while making sure they
faced the camera and tried, unsuccessfully, to look natural. So, I
just told them to hug and I took this one.
A scene from the Traveler's Rest Inn.
Fork and plates. Another scene
from the Traveler's Rest Inn.
This angel was on our Christmas Tree.
I call this picture Dad. Unless
you are in my family, you won't see him in the picture.
During the ice storm in the winter of 2000.
This is some of my wife's decorating at our previous house.
This was just up over the sink on a corner shelf in the kitchen.
This spider web is one of
many great ones that have been spun at our present apartment.
This is a driveway near where we used to live in Greenville,
SC. It is lined by Bartlett Pear trees. One morning,
in the spring, I looked out my window to find it snowing flower
petals. I went out to see and there were
tracks in the petals
made by my neighbor going to work.
While driving home from Savannah, Georgia, my wife and I took
Highway 3. It was a two lane road that went on these
LONG stretches with out turning or sloping. On either side
of this raised road was swampland and Cyprus Trees. Suddenly,
out of nowhere did this beautiful
appear. This is one of three that we found. If you
look carefully, you will see the antenna from our car in the
picture. I am behind the car with my knees on the trunk
taking this picture.