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This blog is a curio cabinet of thoughts and stories told in photographs.  Take a look at the index of postings...that is the best way to see what interests you, whether how to take photos using a single flashlight for illumination or why a view of Stonehenge* you will not see in travel books tells more about the place than the standard photos.  See chewing gum on steps in an English town, a photo not seen in travel brochures.  See a moonshine tanker on the side of a hill in north Georgia.  See many, many, yes, many birds or pray: Raptors such as hawks, owls, even a vulture going bald as he is supposed to. 

What is here is more of a sample than compete and active blog.  To see our normal basically non-business blog, go here:http://landingheroncatsphotoschrist.blogspot.com/

For our professional photography business blog, go here:http://thomashaynesphotoshoot.com

  

This blog is thoughts in photographs, as changing as the day and the nature God has placed in this earth.  There is enough focused serious thought in living.  That is one reason this blog is not a disciplined continuing editorial on one subject…consider it a vacation from the requirements of business and daily living.  Catch a few blessings and a few oddities in this blog.

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*The post on Stonehenge was published on May 26, 2011. The chewing gum  post was June 19, 2011 and a lovely ancient Roman wall in the same city was posted on June 26, 2011.  To see those go to the original blog location  here.

 

 

 

 

Amicalola Falls State Park, Snakes, Moonshine Whisky and Appalachian Trail

May 28, 2012
This post is about two short hikes in Amicalola Falls State Park and the interesting critters and objects seen along the way. One interesting object spotted in the woods...
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Cats at Screen Door...Specializing in Pet Photography

May 16, 2012
My business as a pet photographer is in the early stages. I have been a photographer for a while but as a business effort will now specialize more in pet and animal photo...
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Tulip Poplar Flower, Art in Nature Photos and Mini Tutorial

May 06, 2012
High above me tulip poplar trees reach for the sun and hide a beauty not seen until it the wind comes. Then a flower may break loose and tumble to the ground. From the tr...
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Azalea Blossom and Design for Life

April 07, 2012
These flowers are part of a celebration of Spring. As Passover season begins and Christian Easter is observed, beauty in creation is seen in tiny and large ways. As for E...
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Spring: New Life and Beautiful Blossoms- Hyacinth and Redbud

March 21, 2012
Winter almost did not happen here this year. It slipped in for a few cold days and a taste of snow flakes then skipped away with a smile and spring on its heels. All the...
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