Augusta, Georgia

A couple of weekends ago, I spent some time in one of my favorite places: Augusta, Ga.  I lived there for almost two years while I was in school, and I absolutely love it.  It’s one of the oldest cities in Georgia, and it has some really lovely old buildings in the downtown area.  I never took the time to take many photos while I lived there, so I was really excited to have a couple of hours with nothing to do while I was visiting.  I spent some time wandering around downtown on Sunday morning, and because most folks were in church that time of day, there was no one around but me.  I’ve mentioned before how much I love old southern towns, and Augusta is a really great one for photos since it’s been around for so long.  I just love the architecture of the old south – it’s so classic and beautiful, and it only gets better with age.  You can see the whole set here, on flickr.  Enjoy!


Link Love

Hi everyone!  Maybe you’re wondering where I’ve been?  Well I certainly haven’t discovered like 96 cool new sites to check out and not told you about them.  Oh wait.  Well better late than never right?

Tasting Table is the coolest thing ever.  If you like cooking or just food, really, then you should check it out.

Jim Harmer over at ImprovePhotography has one of the best photography sites on the web.  Not only is he a great teacher, but the sheer amount of information on all things camera related is awesome.  And lest you think that I’m all “quantity over quality”  – the articles are all extremely well written and informative, but go see for yourself.

Jeff Cable has the coolest job ever.  Jealous.

I’ve just discovered Cooking For Seven – it’s a really great blog with really great (healthy!) recipes.

And lets not forget Pinterest, shall we?  I mean, I practically live over there.