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Author Archives: Travis

Living Life One Frame at a Time
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Yanahli Flare

Maury County just open the gates to its newest public park. The 474 acre park will be the largest in the county. Currently, there is only a loop trail and bathroom facilities, but there are […]

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25mm Walkabout

Have you ever heard of the KISS principle? Keep It Simple Stupid! As an engineer on my day job, I put this principle to use daily. I’ve found this principle works great for photography as […]

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Rippavilla Sunrise

In my last post about Rippavilla Plantation, I mentioned I would be back soon for another shot. The image I was after was a sunrise photo. Using my SkySafari App, I was able to locate […]

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Balloons in the Boro

I experienced my first hot air balloon festival last October at the first Spring Hill Spooktacular Hot Air Balloon Festival. After that experience, I was hooked! I had a great time and came away with […]

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Family Fun in the Alley

We attended one of my son’s best friend’s birthday party. In fact, he’s more than just a friend. He’s family. You could say he is a brother from another mother. Their friendship and thus, our […]

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Northfield Sunset

There are certain landmarks and vistas that are instantly recognizable. Those living in and around Maury County, Tennessee will recognize these photos as they probably have driven passed this area countless times. So what’s special […]

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Plantation Perspectives

I made some time to capture a well known historical home in Spring Hill, Tennessee, Rippavilla Plantation. I won’t go into the history or significance of the home. A quick internet search will give you […]

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Whoosah!

I’ve mentioned on many occasions how photography is a form of therapy for me. Picking up the camera and peering through the viewfinder is a great way to unwind. The key to this therapy is […]

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Spring Hill Morning Light

Most photographers will tell you that the light in the morning and evening hours are the best times to shoot outdoors. The light is more pleasing and less harsh during these times. However, if you […]

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Thai-Lao Food Fair 2019

It’s been said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. I tend to believe that statement. My wife actually won me over before I knew how good of a cook she […]

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Widescapes

The widest angle of view I’ve ever shot until recently has been the 28mm lens on my 135 gear and the 14mm lens on my four thirds cameras. When I upgraded to the EM1 Mark […]

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Dropping the Mule!

Thankfully, I am blessed to see another year with my family. Who knows what this year will bring. I’m sure there will be challenges to overcome, but I hope there are more “ups” than “downs.” […]