For reasons that I explained in yesterday's post , I was unable to get a shot of our harvest moon on Thursday evening. Not to worry, I've called in LaTrelle Grayson, one of my former students, and one heck of a good photographer. Trelle was with us at Oak Hill Cemetery for the shoot and came well equipped with multiple batteries ( he did listened in class), two tripods, and wine. A+ for you my friend.
Today he's my guest photographer. Nice shot Trelle and thanks for offering me the use of your camera that night and for sharing with my readers.
As an added treat, Leon Redbone, a fav of mine has a song for you right here.
I have lived in Birmingham most of my life. I think it's a beautiful, friendly, and interesting place to live. I hope that my daily photographs portray the diversity of my hometown in a positive and artistic way.
I am a former elementary school teacher, a full-time photographer, part-time painter, lover of all things French ( whose français is slowly improving), obsessive Paris traveler, enthusiastic art museum volunteer, grateful community volunteer, and grandmother to 5 delightful grandchildren.