“All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.”
One of the most fascinating things about my trip to Jerusalem was my time spent in the Old City.
There are four quarters in the old city: the Armenian Quarter, the Christian Quarter, the Jewish Quarter, and the Muslim Quarter.
While in the Old City,
“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.”
In June, I was able to go on the trip of a lifetime to visit my lifelong friend, Larry. Larry is currently living in Jerusalem, Israel.
Larry has been living and working in Jerusalem for more than three years now. He had created his own business,
“One of my main objectives was to have something different than everyone else. Not necessarily better, but different, unique.” – Pearl Fryar
One of the things I enjoy most is finding people who are living creative lives. A creative life was evident everywhere I looked yesterday while visiting the Pearl Fryar Topiary Garden, located in Bishopville, South Carolina. This was not my first visit to
“To travel is to live.”
One of the things my husband, Randy, and I enjoy most is exploring new places. This summer, for our vacation, we went to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Chattanooga is a place that neither of us had visited before. We packed a great deal into four days of exploration of Chattanooga and
“When you take pictures of nature with passion, nature poses for you more passionately!”
Each summer, I spend a great deal of time photographing in the sunflower fields. I find it increasingly more challenging to walk away with a different image than
“The happiest lot on earth is to be born a Scotchman. ”
Grandfather Mountain has become a very special place for me. I have attended Grandfather Mountain Camera Clinics and many Grandfather Mountain Nature Photography Weekends since becoming a photographer. I also had the honor of presenting one year at Grandfather Mountain Nature Photography Weekend. So many magical memories have been created there.
Yesterday was the first time I attended
“You’re wonderful. Unique. I love you.”
It just doesn’t feel like summer until I spend time in a sunflower field. Friday was my first trip to spend time in the fields.
I talked a great friend and fellow photographer into meeting me at