CD's Camera

This is a collection of photos I've shot. Most of them were taken in and around Atlanta.

Sunday, April 23, 2006

This photo and the next eight are from our front yard, as spring takes hold.

They come every spring.

This camellia has fallen.

Boxwoods on the way out, little purple blooms on the way in.

Our favorite tree, this majestic oak is in a vacant lot across the street.

The big oak in the background gives us shade and a beautiful view from our front window. If someone ever builds on that lot, though, the massive oak will fall.

This time of year in Atlanta, the precise temperature doesn't much matter. It's perfect almost every day.

A lot of wrens visit here.

One of the camellias that crowds our front porch.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Wonderful trees in front of the hotel we stayed in, Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Little Mexican holy man.

Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico.

Church tower, finished in 1749, in Ajijic.

A small statue on the side of a casa in Ajijic.

Bird in a gnarly bush.

Bougainvillea along a street in Ajijic. Those flowers are everywhere but in the nasty parts of town.

Just outside our hotel in Ajijic.

Chapel on a hill above Ajijic.

Mexican cactus

A house in Ajijic.

Mountains above Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico, from a friend's terrace.

View of Lake Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico.

Garden in Ajijic, Mexico.

Sunday, January 22, 2006

Woods near Aberdeen, Md.

Wetlands, Orange Beach.

Scenes from near Wolf Bay, Orange Beach, Ala.

Near my parents' house in Orange Beach, Ala.

Friday, January 06, 2006

The Brooks Museum of Art in Memphis.

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Hardly Peterson's Guide quality, but one of my favorite birds, a red-headed woodpecker, in Grant Park. I didn't see any hawks today, but plenty live there.

Part of the inscription on a fountain in Grant Park.

Dead tree in our front yard

The railing on the gallery in front of the Cyclorama in Grant Park.

The gallery of the Cyclorama in Grant Park.

One of Grant Park's many big hunks of stone.

Atlanta's Grant Park in early winter.

Weird fungus picture

A dead tree in our front yard supports other life.

Saturday, November 26, 2005

Cross atop Greater Moses Chapel Baptist Church across from Grant Park.

More from the corner of Grant Park.

Splendid autumn in Grant Park. This one's shed its leaves.

Turning leaves

Georgia capitol, CNN Center beyond the trees of Grant Park.

Oaks in the southwest corner of Grant Park, Atlanta.

Saturday, November 19, 2005

I got to visit the amazing Georgia Aquarium on Saturday. Here are some photos I took there. When I was a kid, jelly fish often stung the hell out of me. But these make a cool space-like picture.

Sea nettles are related to the jelly fish.

I say, this chap is called a look down.

What's that weird creature pointing the little box at me?

He's not sad, that's just how he looks.

Whale shark, the world's biggest fish. Remember, whales are mammals, not fish.

Pickin 'n grinnin -- the guitar fish.