Category: photography

family archeology and story-telling

ack in 1920, 19-year-old Reed Alexander married 17-year-old Mary Roquemore. The couple lived in Athens, Georgia, where they had five boys. Billy died as an infant, Peter was lost at sea (the U.S.S.Angelina) in WW2, and the others – Robert, Charles, and George – all became Presbyterian ministers. Money was scarce between the wars, so…

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the bridge… the tree of life

Rebekah (she’s my awesome wife, if you didn’t already know) is pretty-much my biggest fan. She says encouraging stuff about my writing all the time. She not only says encouraging stuff, but she really means it. She also likes my photography; but I could switch out the image I use for a blog header 20…

Footbridge on Lake Junaluska, July 11, 2012

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breathless: worship, photographs and benediction – a feast for the soul

“This is the day the Lord has made. Rejoice and be glad!” (Psalm 118:24)) SOULFEAST: There is much that I could pack into today’s post. Good friends, authentic worship, the beauty of creation. Fact is, this life-charged life leaves me breathless sometimes. I’ve anchored this morning’s post with this bed of flowers at Lake Junaluska…

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