Blueberry Hill – Snapshot of the Day, No. 132

Today was a day that would not end. Work was beyond words. We sold a car. A tree fell on our fence. We just got home and it’s almost midnight. My snapshot of the day was not meant to be my snapshot of the day. Nothing struck me in the few moments I did haveContinue reading “Blueberry Hill – Snapshot of the Day, No. 132”

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Eating in the Garden – Snapshot of the Day, No. 131

I had a hard time coming up with an interesting snapshot of the day today due to being busy at work – plus it rained like heck all day. Joe and I ate dinner at Olive Garden, so I shot this from our table. Not so hot, so I ran home and shot my newContinue reading “Eating in the Garden – Snapshot of the Day, No. 131”

Reflect Here – Snapshot of the Day, No. 130

I walked through the Stone Cup coffee shop today to get from Coolidge Park to Frazier Avenue when I saw this guy’s reflection and couldn’t resist taking his photo. I was actually looking for inspiration for a logo I have to design for work, but kept getting distracted by some cool stuff. So I thoughtContinue reading “Reflect Here – Snapshot of the Day, No. 130”

Number 5 – Snapshot of the Day, No. 129

We have a lot of great neighbors, but this little guy and his brother come over frequently to “help” us with our renovation. Today they were coming back from a baseball game. We never could get out of him whether they won or lost. But he was being called home at this point – whichContinue reading “Number 5 – Snapshot of the Day, No. 129”

No Autographs! – Snapshot of the Day, No. 128

Joe and I got separated today at Wal-Mart, so I pressed on without him for a while. When I was in the bread aisle, I noticed an older man shopping with his son. It was a sweet scene because the dad seemed to be having trouble. I can always tell when an older man isContinue reading “No Autographs! – Snapshot of the Day, No. 128”

As Time Goes By – Snapshot of the Day, No. 127

Once a year, we drive up to Sevierville to the Tennessee Museum of Aviation for their annual warbird air show. One of our friends, Bill, (the one seen here in the ball cap) was a P47 pilot during WWII. He was shot down over Belgium during one of his missions. He goes with us everyContinue reading “As Time Goes By – Snapshot of the Day, No. 127”

Rhinoceros Shopping – Snapshot of the Day, No. 126

I walked to Warehouse Row again today to get a little air and decided to shoot this as my snapshot of the day: Rhinoceros Boutique. It’s a very nice shop. A little too expensive for my salary, however. I love the photos used on Warehouse Row’s site. They are by Atlanta photographer, Sarah Dorio. IContinue reading “Rhinoceros Shopping – Snapshot of the Day, No. 126”

Going to Market – Snapshot of the Day, No. 125

One of my favorite places to be – period – is The Fresh Market. It’s the atmosphere and presentation that does it for me. They make me feel like I have more money than I actually do. At least it seems that way. Low lighting, beautiful presentations – and that classical music! Ah! My moodContinue reading “Going to Market – Snapshot of the Day, No. 125”