Release: Mossy Falls

Mossy Falls is now available for purchase on my gallery.  I currently have three sizes available – printed on Epson Metallic Archival paper, then mounted on 1/4″ polished acrylic.

This is another one of my favorite images since it has a very serene feel to it.  Shot in Roaring Fork area near Gatlinburg, TN.

I currently am offering 3 different sizes of this for purchase.

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006: eldila

This is my ‘Phantom’ image.  I call it ‘eldila’ as it reminds me of the Angel-like figures that CS Lewis talks about in his space trilogy books of which “Out of the Silent Planet” is the first in the series.

I took this photo awhile back when our church was renovating a house next door to use as a secondary parsonage.  It remains one of my favorite images.

At the time Peter Lik had recently sold “Phantom” for 6.5 million dollars which featured a shaft of light in Antelope Canyon.

005: Briceville Community Church

I love history.  But to love history means to understand that those who lived through historical events endured some hard times.  The Fraterville Mine disaster is one of those stories from Anderson County.  The church pictured here was where the memorial service was held a month later for those who has died in the mine.

“The community of Fraterville was devastated by the mine explosion. The town lost all but three of its adult males. Hundreds of women were widowed, and roughly a thousand children were left fatherless. Some families lost as many as eight family members. A large memorial service was conducted at the Briceville Community Church on June 8, 1902.

Eighty-nine of the deceased miners are buried in the Fraterville Miners’ Circle in Leach Cemetery (behind Clear Branch Baptist Church) just off U.S. 25W at Rocky Top. A monument at the center of the circle bears the names of all 184 miners who were identified. On May 19, 2005, the circle was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Other miners who lost their lives in the Fraterville disaster are buried in Longfield Cemetery on U.S. Route 441 just east of Rocky Top.” – Wikipedia



003: Kiss

Dugal is our Dog.  He is an American Cocker Spaniel.  He truly takes his role of the family dog seriously too.  Everyone loves him and pretty much his only bad habit is stealing food, but that is usually only food that is within reach, no longer being actively eaten or is being waved around by a child.

Éowyn likes to give him kisses.  Dugal usually makes the first move when it comes to kisses though.