It was a sultry August morning, a morning that Jessica decided to don graduation regalia and head downtown with her friend to take a few senior photos. “Why don’t you offer to take a few shots of her?” Grabbing the camera from the bag, he headed out the door and asked. Delighted with the offer, … More Delighted Participant
With camera in tow, Kurt is always looking for that next great shot. Fortunately, even a short walk around the block from Gallery B to Depot Park has proven on several occasions to be a great source of inspiration. Though normally introverted, the camera enables him to come out of his shell, providing the courage … More The Beauty in Depot Park
“Courage is almost a contradiction in terms. It means a strong desire to live taking the form of a readiness to die.” – G. K. Chesterton
Sometimes my inner Robert Frost speaks to me, sparking my creative side, and a poem results. Such a situation occurred last year while hiking to Lizard Log Falls and Schoolhouse Falls, which are north of Hector, Arkansas. Kurt and I were hiking alone in this remote, woodsy area. It was the middle of May, the … More Throwback Thursday – The Roar of Abundance
We’ve experienced a pretty rainy autumn, which means that there may be some water flowing in the Ozarks and Ouachitas. A waterfall that Kurt visited last spring was Piney Bowl Falls. Located deep in the Ozark National Forest near the Big Piney River, it may prove to be a viable option in the coming days. … More Piney Bowl Falls
It’s a heady thing to learn that, along the perimeter of my humble backyard, a queen resides. First cultivated in China during the 15th century B.C., the chrysanthemum found it’s way to the Western world in the mid-1700’s. Upon arriving to the United States, this pungent plant grew in popularity, so much so, that it … More In the Midst of Royalty
May Your Life Be As Vivid As Autumn In the Ozarks!