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I mentioned last week that I had rented a camera and as a result had spent some extra time out shooting. One of those outings resulted in a few sunrise images that I really liked, so this week you get two pictures for the price of one! One of the things that I...read more
This past week I decided to rent the Sony A7R II, because the camera just has so much hype around it, I just had to try it out for myself. I’ve been trying to wait patiently for Canon to release the 6D mark II, so in the mean time I thought I’d take a trip...read more
It’s different, and maybe a little whacky, but it will hopefully have you intrigued! Check out the photo-narrative!
Community volunteer with a passion for the elderly. Breast cancer survivor. Homemaker.
Security minded technologist with a passion for travel, adventure, and life in general. Guilty of the use of sarcasm and posting lots of pictures.
Holly’s Most Recent Content:
For the last several years, the Knoxville affiliate of Susan G. Komen has selected 8 men to be community spokesmen, and advocates for breast cancer survivors and breast cancer awareness. The number is significant because one in eight women will be diagnosed...read more
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is always a special celebration of life and hope for our family, and this year was certainly no different. What was different this year though, was that Holly was all decked out in brand new New Balance gear! 🙂 Holly was selected...read more
It’s that time of year again, time for the Komen Knoxville ‘Race for the Cure’. This has become one of those days that we look forward to every year. It is always such a fun time to hang out with friends and family and it is encouraging and inspiring to see all the...read more
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I mentioned in the photo essay from last week, that after visiting several sections of the Great Wall of China, the unrestored, or “wild” sections of the wall were the ones I preferred. Not only because they are much MUCH less crowded, but also because...read more
The Great Wall of China stretches some 5,500 miles… or almost 13,200 miles (!!!), depending on which archaeological study you look at and what exactly you count as part of the wall. If you look at a map of the wall, you’ll see that it is in fact not a...read more
I mentioned last week that what Beijing lacks in a city skyline, it more than makes up for with lots of cool architecture. That architecture ranges from brand new and futuristic looking, like the Giant Egg, all the way to very old and ancient, like the Forbidden City...read more
Most Recent Travel Content:
I was going through my pictures yesterday and I realized that when I did my series on Charleston I had skipped one! So before starting my next series (Yay China!), I wanted to share this image, and maybe give you a fun activity idea for your next visit to the...read more
Every time I’m in Washington, D.C. I like to visit the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Of the memorials in D.C., I think it’s my favorite… if its possible to have such a thing. His words, which are engraved inside the monument are just as relevant and...read more
I was talking last week that when I visit a new place, I generally try to figure out where the best place to photograph it is, based on pictures and maps. Well, when I went to Charlotte, NC recently for work, I stumbled on a photographer’s gold mine! Thanks to...read more