I have been watching this cornfield grow with interest, waiting for it to mature and the right day to shoot its image. And, hoping it would not be cut before I got the shot. Yesterday was the day and I took several photos of it. Today I printed 5-8x10 prints that will be available for sale as a matted print ready for framing for $25 each. In the near future I will be printing larger photos of this same field. Please, contact me if you are interested in purchasing any of my photos. These are printed on Epson Ultra Premium Photo Paper Luster.
Jean and I took a walk along the Tallulah River again this morning. Along the way I came up with the idea of doing some photography workshops next year, 2014. This would be a great place to do so. Anyone interested in kicking the idea around and getting a preview, shooting photos out there, please, let me know. We can take a walk along the river and take a few photos for the fun of it. No charge. I am just testing the waters and like to take pictures for now.
During the off trillium season, the time that rarely do you find anything that looks like a trillium, Jean and I go hiking. Last night we went to the Great Smoky Mountains in Western North Carolina. We drove to the Smokemont Campground and walked out the Smokemont Loop Trail to the Chasteen Creek Trail. The waterfall shown here was our destination. We just made it before dark and walked most of the way back in twilight and finally by flashlight.