On photo assignment for Eating Well Magazine in Fort Valley, GA. Gear boxes at the old Pearson Farm peach packing facility. Pearson Farm has been running strong for five generations. They grow the sweetest peaches in the South. They also have pecans. Some of the pecan trees are a 100 years old. I recommend the chocolate covered pecans.
Late spring day, the sun was setting in Bluffton, SC. Happy to be experiencing some springlike weather recently.
Atlanta’s Light the Night walk to cure blood-borne cancers. I shot this one for Carter’s Inc. Since 1999 they have raised over $3,000,000.
"The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk funds treatments that are saving the lives of patients today. LLS is making cures happen by providing patient support services, advocacy for lifesaving treatments and the most promising cancer research anywhere. And it’s all happening now. Not someday, today."
Primitive Twig art by Marcia and Bill Finks. “The pieces are made from salvaged materials; from old tins, antique doll parts, and assorted vintage objet d’art. “When we tell people about how a piece includes a doll head made in Germany in 1895, they catch our enthusiasm,” says Finks.“When they buy our work, they’re buying a piece of history, as well as a signed work of art.” Their clients include art galleries, small gift shops, home furnishing stores, lighting shops and Bergdorf Goodman.”
Anonymous asked: Four Roses: $50 or $100 if it is in pristine condition. At auction it probably would bring more probably 1914 to 1919. Couldn't find the original thread on Twitter to answer your question. But Cheers!
Thanks for getting back to me on this. Very cool. It still has most of the bourbon. The sill must have a small leak somewhere? Thanks again for the research. Slainte.