Cartersville, GA. Here you will find the Booth Western Art Museum. It is said that you can see the west there and never leave the south! When I learned that they were having an exhibit of Ansel Adams' photographs (one of the largest ever assembled), I knew I wanted to go. Also, the first Thursday evening of the month, the museum is free (usually ten dollars), plus Jim loves westerns, so I asked him on a date, aka "honey, will you please take me.....". It was a nasty afternoon with the spots on the photo above being snow/sleet, but it was warm and dry inside. We had a great time. This museum is part of the Smithsonian System of Museums and is worth the visit if you find yourself in the area!
pianist also and he broke down the shades of gray in his B&W photos similar to the scale of notes on the piano. There was a video of him on a shoot to watch, which made you feel more like you knew him.
Gatlinburg, Washington DC during cherry blossom blooming (at least I hope they will be blooming!), a convention in Novi (Mega Meetup in Michigan), the Outer Banks of NC....along with some time at the cabin, etc. I am experimenting with blogging from my iPhone, so we will see how that works. Also, I found Jackson's owl outfit and changed out the photo of him above. We spent a couple of days with him around Valentines Day and of course, I have some new photos of him to share. He is growing and changing so much and is such a happy, expressive baby. I guess all babies are like that at four months, but this is the only one in my world, so be patient with me LOL! He reminds me of the Gerber Baby on the baby food jars. So hold on to your hat and come travel with me!