Cabin in the Smokies

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So many possibilities!

I spent four days up in a cabin with some family friends last week. It was a lot of fun, except for one thing, I had forgotten my CF card converter. I have a card that holds around ten photos max. This is usually not a problem because I have my CF converter so I can load all of my photos onto my computer whenever my card is full. This meant I had to be very careful with the photos I took. But at least all the photos I bring home will be my best, and I won’t have to spend as much time editing! Continue reading “Cabin in the Smokies”

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Halfway There!

I have taken about fifty pictures. I got to this landmark a lot quicker than I thought I would. Originally, I was nervous about starting this project because one-hundred seemed like such a large number. Now, I don’t think I want to stop at one-hundred! Continue reading “Halfway There!”

Stories From Cherokee

While staying in a tiny pop up with my five person family and a dog is torturous, it provides many good stories. When we pulled up to the campsite, everyone was tired and ready for a weekend of relaxation. Our lot was much smaller than anticipated, there wasn’t even enough room to set up a tent next to our trailer. As soon as we got there, I knew this was going to be a long weekend. Continue reading “Stories From Cherokee”

A Weekend in the Woods

Well, we weren’t really in the woods. When I was told we would be camping in Cherokee, I imagined a quiet campground nestled in the forest and surrounded by desolate trails. Not a patch of grass next to a road with a pool. Although it wasn’t what I expected, I got a lot of great photo ops at KOA Cherokee. Continue reading “A Weekend in the Woods”

Fun Times

Photography really makes me look at the world differently. I know that sounds super over dramatic considering how long I’ve been doing this, but it’s true! I find myself getting mad when I’m out without my camera because of all the lost photo ops. Continue reading “Fun Times”