Sunday, April 26, 2009

Sweetwater Creek_26April09

Snapped this little guy having an early morning snack at Sweetwater Creek State Park, located just south of I-20 west of Atlanta.

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Saturday, April 25, 2009

Elliott Street Iron Pouring_24April09

I went to an Iron Pouring last night at the Elliott Street Pub in Altanta.

It was pretty awesome, like watching the 4th of July fireworks really, REALLY close!!!!

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

APG Model Shoot_21 April 09

This was one of the models from the APG portrait shoot last night.

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APG Model Shoot_21 April 09

One of the models at the APG photo shoot last night.

It was my first venture into model portraiture.


Sunday, April 19, 2009

Paula Deen, The Neelys @ Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show

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Concluding a busy weekend, I ventured out to the Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show at the Cobb Galleria on Sunday.

Paula Deen, along with Gina and Pat Neely, were the Food Network TV stars on hand for live cooking demos.

I never realized how funny they were. You don't really get a sense of it looking on that screen in your living room. You have to see them in person.

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Cochran Mill Waterfall 18 April 09

On the way back from the Georgia Renaissance Festival, I swung by Cochran Mill Nature Conservation Park to see how the falls looked.

We've had so much rain in the past month, I figured it was pretty full and running fairly well...I wasn't disappointed!

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Searching for A-List celebs and Renaissance men and women

After running to the Atlanta airport on Friday evening looking for a husband and wife A-list celeb couple, only to figure out they de-planed to a waiting limo and never came up through the baggage claim area, I slugged back home without any pics. Oh well, such is the life in the fast-paced world of celeb photography.

The next morning it was off to Fairburn for the 24th annual Georgia Renaissance Festival. It was a much easier shoot. Pretty much everyone there EXPECTS to have their pic snapped and they don't shy away from the camera.

A good example are these two swarthy pirates. Now, I haven't quite figured out how pirates of the Spanish Main fit into the Renaissance era, but these two were pretty photogenic.

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