Tuesday, January 30, 2018

For my Birmingham area readers, I will be exhibiting my Paris photographs at my church, Independent Presbyterian Church the month of March. This is in conjunction with our Religious Arts Festival's salute to France. Next Monday, 5 March, I will present a phototalk on Sacred Spaces of Paris. There will be wonderful events planned every day next week culminating with a concert featuring Notre Dame de Paris' organist Vincent Dubois on Sunday, 11 March. All events are open to the public and are free except for the banquet on Thursday evening. Reservations for this may be made through the church.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Doors, Doors, Doors

Take a stroll out back of Southern Accents Architectural Antiques and you'll find a warehouse chock full of windows, doors and a lot more. Need a door? They have big doors, small doors, colorful doors, beat up doors, really beat up doors, you name it.

Friday, January 19, 2018

Have a Coke and a Smile!

You really can get an old fashioned bottle Coca Cola from this cooler when you visit Southern Accents Architectural Accents in Cullman. 

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Field Trip !

Over the years since I began my photographic journey, I've made a few field trips north of Birmingham to Cullman,  It's a sleepy little town with a lot of terrific photo ops. For a while, I"m revisiting my photos from those trips. Today and for the next few posts, we'll stop in at Southern Accents Architectural Antiques in downtown Cullman. Treasure trove is an understatement. In a warehouse out back, lots of architectural details and old windows and doors. I could have stayed a week!

Come back tomorrow as I'll still be digging through my archives for more!

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Birmingham Rouge - One of My Favorites

I hope all of my BTML readers had a beautiful holiday. I"m back and hope to post more from the Ham in the new year. Today, I"m dragging out one of my favorites. This great red truck sat in a neighbor's driveway and I lusted over it every time I drove past. I caught it during a brief B'ham snow a few years ago. I still love it.