Christopher Hornaday Photography

I am a commercial photographer living in the South. This blog gives me a chance to post things that have caught my eye over the years. All images are original unless otherwise stated.
A little R & R.  Going somewhere or coming from somewhere?  What’s your story?

A little R & R.  Going somewhere or coming from somewhere?  What’s your story?

Sending some rain to my friends in San Diego.

Sending some rain to my friends in San Diego.

"Was it not your sin trapped the Unicorn, even now, the evil seed of what you have done, germinates within you."  Legend 1985

35.4824° N, 79.4170° W

"Was it not your sin trapped the Unicorn, even now, the evil seed of what you have done, germinates within you."  Legend 1985

35.4824° N, 79.4170° W

Glendon, Moore County, NC 
Welcome to the crossroads.
35.4824° N, 79.4170° W

Glendon, Moore County, NC

Welcome to the crossroads.

35.4824° N, 79.4170° W

"Our Priority: Ending Childhood Hunger in America

No child should grow up hungry in America, but one in five children struggles with hunger. Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign is ending childhood hunger in America by ensuring all children get the healthy food they need, every day.” http://www.nokidhungry.org 

The post is NSFD (Not Safe For Dieters)
Foundation Social Eatery:  Banana Cheese Cake, pecan crumb on peanut butter chocolate ganache

The post is NSFD (Not Safe For Dieters)

Foundation Social Eatery:  Banana Cheese Cake, pecan crumb on peanut butter chocolate ganache

One of the most photographed objects.  I thought I would add mine to the millions out there.  It really is a sublime image (not mine) but coffee in general.  I get happy when I see a fresh cup.  It’s cheaper than crack, socially acceptable all around the world and easily found.  There’s even a bit of ritual in the process.  The best thing about this cup of coffee from Century House Tavern is that it was served to me by a mad Belarusian with a wicked sense of humor.  Thanks Alex.

One of the most photographed objects.  I thought I would add mine to the millions out there.  It really is a sublime image (not mine) but coffee in general.  I get happy when I see a fresh cup.  It’s cheaper than crack, socially acceptable all around the world and easily found.  There’s even a bit of ritual in the process.  The best thing about this cup of coffee from Century House Tavern is that it was served to me by a mad Belarusian with a wicked sense of humor.  Thanks Alex.

Shaky Knees music festival. By the third day my knees shook involuntarily. Modest Mouse and The National were huge. The Replacements show how it’s done old school. Local Natives, Wild Belle and Mutual Benefit were icing on the rainy sweaty cake.