Wednesday, October 29, 2008


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Mexican Restaurants make me happy!!!
This is the El Patio, a new one that just opened up over in Wytheville. We just happened to stumble upon it on the night of their grand opening.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Still Wandering Down That Country Road

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Hope you all are savoring the season as much as I am.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Country Road

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These pictures were all shot on one little country road out near Laurel Fork.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Study of a One Room Schoolhouse

Little Schoolhouse on the Mountain
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These images, made on a introspective, foggy afternoon last week are probably some of my all time favorite fall pictures. Today's installment represent how I work an idea when I see an inspiring subject.

This was my first glimpse of the schoolhouse. (I completely missed it when I first drove by here because I was following directions to turn left and not looking to my right.)

Believe it or not, that old football is laying right where I found it!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

October Wedding Bells

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It's been for-ev-aah since I've made a slideshow. Well, today I made two!!!
Megan and Chance
Adam and Becky
Disclaimer: These shows are not necessarily the WHOLE story of these weddings; they are just a collection of my favorite shots. Hope you all like them, too!

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Becky + Adam

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It's absolute sweetness when two best friends get married to each other!
Congratulations, Adam and Becky!

Monday, October 20, 2008


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Taking pictures on this pristine fall day was an effort in futility. The camera just doesn't do it justice. But just so you will know that I tried, here are some happy snaps of a day well spent with Amos in Wythe County at Big Walker Mountain.

The road to the Big Bend picnic area (seen in the picture above)
was just like driving through a kaleidoscope!

This was just minutes before the sun winked goodbye . . .