Arkansas Fall Foliage

With cooling temperatures and ample rain, spectacular colors are expected in The Natural State in the coming weeks.  According to, Colors are starting to show in Northwest Arkansas with sightings of bright red leaves at Mount Magazine State Park. Further south, color changes on trees are still minimal but should improve by next week. … More Arkansas Fall Foliage

Downtown Art Walk

Gallery B is gearing up once again for the Russellville Downtown Art Walk.  We’re cleaning and decorating the shop, printing some new photos, and dusting off our camera for this event, which will be held this Friday night, March 2nd, from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. in Downtown Russellville. Downtown Art Walk is a cooperative effort … More Downtown Art Walk

Throw Back Thursday – Small Towns With Intrigue

One thing that Arkansas is abundant in is small towns with intrigue.  It seems like every town has its own interesting story! Evening Shade is a great example.  This town of a little more than four hundred became famous in the 1990’s when it became the setting and namesake for a popular sitcom staring Burt … More Throw Back Thursday – Small Towns With Intrigue

Flash Back Friday – Paris, Arkansas

I have always enjoyed driving through Paris, and even stopping for a visit.  It’s a quaint little town with lots of personality.  Businesses occupy antiquated buildings that surround the square, pairing the new with the old. There are many interesting stories about Paris, including its inception.  In 1874, county commissioners were trying to agree on the county … More Flash Back Friday – Paris, Arkansas

Council Oaks Park

A champion towers over a small, unassuming park on North Front Street in Dardanelle, Arkansas.  With a circumference of 255 inches, this white oak has been designated the champion, the biggest of its kind in Arkansas. At an estimated 400-500 years of age, it has stood the test of time, and is thought to have … More Council Oaks Park

A Look Back – Part II

The summer brought change and transition to the Jones house, with our son’s graduation and subsequent departure to college, and our daughter’s acceptance and enrollment in the only residential public high school in the state.  However, in spite of the flurry of activity that accompanies the emptying of the nest: completing a seemingly endless stream of … More A Look Back – Part II

A Look Back – Part I

Once again, we find ourselves at year’s end.  It’s always a good practice to take the time to highlight the beauty we’ve encountered in the Natural State, since doing so will inevitably generate those wonderful feelings of gratitude, not to mention hometown pride and enthusiasm! Kurt took thousand upon thousands of shots this year, many … More A Look Back – Part I

Flash Back Friday – Christmas in Paris, Arkansas

“I wanna go see Christmas lights,” is a statement that, I’m sure, is heard in many homes this time of year.  The Christmas tradition of traveling to holiday light displays is very popular in the Natural State.  Luckily, has made that travel a bit easier with its annual Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights. One … More Flash Back Friday – Christmas in Paris, Arkansas