Again, this is from my photo archives. Taken December 2010, in Memphis, TN. I don't know what bridge this goes over, but right behind us is the Mississippi River. This was also used in an assignment for class, object was to catch an object in motion and freeze it.
Another photo from my archives that was snapped for my class. This was on the Mississippi River, Dec. 2010. I loved how the boat in the front takes up majority of the picture and the barge is minimal in the background.
Pullman Firehouse, 1890's-1957 This was another assignment for my photography class. We had to tell a story with our pictures. My story was about the change in architecture of Chicago Firehouses through the years. This was one of my favorite photo's and it was my teacher's favorite as well.
This guy was cleaning the stream. Not sure I would like that job. The waterfall was not large by any means, but you could get hurt if you fell. This was taken at Hurricane Mills, TN. Just above the stream is the home of Loretta Lynn.
Photo taken from my recent road trip. This was our day trip to Hurricane Mills, TN to visit the home of Loretta Lynn. The home above is a replica of the home she grew up in, back in Butcher Holler, Kentucky. I've read that the original home sits on the property in Hurricane Mills, but we did not see it. Hurricane Mills has a campground on site and Loretta is performing a concert there in September. The property is absolutely beautiful and I look forward to returning to actually tour her home.
I apologize for not being able to post anything lately. I took some time off to visit my Mom out of state. While I was away, I did take some photo's and will begin to share those with you. This precious lily is in our garden in the front of our house. We have 3 different Lily's planted here and this is the only one that has bloomed so far this year.
It has been a rough few days, so I bring you another shot from my archives. This was taken from my Iphone at Ruby Falls, with all the lights out. My regular camera could not get a picture of anything. I was so happy that the Iphone captured it.
Photo taken from my archives. This was shot in Salem, MA behind the The House of Seven Gables. My visit was in June of 2011, we did a quick night tour of Salem and this was captured via my Iphone. Neither my aunt, nor my cousin were able to capture this photo with a regular camera. Sometimes, I am very thankful for newer technology.
This lovely rose was from a bush that was originally a light yellow. We planted a miniature red rose bush in front of it and now we have multi colored roses. They start with very little pink on the edges, by the time it completely opens the leaves will have a much deeper pink color.
Welcome to Life Through The Eye of my Camera. This blog is part of the 365 Project, a picture for every day. My goal is of course to post a picture that I take for each of the 365 days that follow. I hope you enjoy my journey through pictures.
A special thanks to my friend Gini for the inspiration to start this blog.