I was out taking photos as the sun rose on a Saturday morning - temperature about 46 degrees. I decided to document my presence by capturing my reflection in the window of our church. Timers and tripods are wonderful tools.
This young lady is an intern for the company where I work. She was headed toward a music event in downtown Nashville as I was headed back to the office (with camera in hand, of course). The reflection of me taking the photo was a surprise.
Picture of my wife reflected in a picture hanging outside the elevator at church. A spur-of-the-moment shot.
Sitting at the piano in the church sanctuary with my camera handy.
Christmas season 2011 at our church. This was how I looked at one of the decorated trees.
I was taking a photo of my mother through the door when she decided to walk away. Well, here is what I saw.
While taking a few photos of a friend's western memorabilia, I noticed this neat mirror.
Used my Coolpix S6000 to make this photo of me using the mirror on the front of the Redneck Tour Bus in downtown Nashville.
After trying rather unsuccessfully to take a photo of the sunset through the window on the 17th floor by my office, I turned around and made this photo instead.
A photo my wife made of me as waited to capture the moonrise in May 2013.