It's March 1st and look at what's happening in Atlanta. The snow has been non-stop for two hours. Enjoy the images. Let's just hope this wet stuff doesn't stay on the powerlines or it'll be lights out for a day or two.
He doesn't know aperture and shutter speed, but knows rhythm and blues and he can shag!
Cast of Characters
The following people are named in some of my posts. To make it simple, I'll explain who they are: Tom - my husband George- my stepson Janie- my California sister who leans to the left, Jennifer's mom Jennifer- my niece who teaches in Brooklyn Barbara, Penny, and Mary -my old, old, friends Karen- my friend and my "grip" Nancy Faye- my friend from my early teaching days Doris- way back friend from Huntington This is not the entire list, but it's a start.
Leaving education after many, many years, I wondered what I was going to do with the rest of my life? I felt a need to stay connected to education so I renewed my educator's certificate and began volunteering in my local school. I even worked part-time for two years with a book publishing company conducting workshops for teachers and attending textbook adoption seminars. Around this time, my sister also left education (notice I don't use the word retired?...sounds old) that opened the door for traveling. We've (my sister, my brother-in-law, and myself) been to Europe four times....I draw the line at China and cruises. Can't do boats and I really don't like Chinese food. During these trips I began taking millions of images. Then came the photography classes that led to Elements that demanded a bigger and better camera, resulting in better processing in CS3 and even better processing in Lightroom and on and on. Oh, I forgot to mention that two summers ago I was an extra in the movie, We Are Marshall. Being a Marshall graduate the movie had special meaning to me. What an experience.