I've forever had plans to change and expand our Shutterblog site into a true "photolog", but it seems something always ended up getting in the way or taking first priority. With the closure of my daily blog, it ended up being the perfect catalyst to do just that.
Although I'm very much an amateur, photography is something I'm learning on a daily basis and love very much. It's also one of the few areas of blogging that brings me constant pleasure and enjoyment.
Shutterblog will now be a mixture of new and old photographs we've taken -- combined with commentary and stories about the places and events behind the pixelated images. Unless otherwise noted, most images displayed here were taken with a Canon PowerShot G3 4MP Digital Camera.
Hopefully these changes will force me to continue clicking the shutter, before clicking the mouse. I hope you enjoy!
Photo commentary: The two images at left were taken in the Historic District of Savannah, Georgia on April 28, 2003. We left our hotel early in the morning to take a quiet walk through the streets and courtyards before leaving for Hilton Head, and I spotted a perfect magnolia flooded in sunlight above us. Magnolias have long been my favorite flower, and I carried three in my wedding bouquet.
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