Paul J. Sumberg, Sr.is a landscape/nature photographer who divides his time between Florida and the mountains of Georgia, the Carolinas and Tennessee. He cannot pass an old building or structure without stopping and shooting a couple photographs.
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OK, it’s time I spent some time on my website. I’m cleaning up old posts and sorting through images today. Why you ask? Because it’s too darn cold to go outside.
I stepped outside this morning and shot the moon.
This old barn is standing on borrowed time. The bottom story is built with logs. The farmer said even his horse won’t go into it anymore. It was 110 years old in 2011.
This old home in the North Georgia Mountains was built in 1895.
Since I moved 6 weeks ago I’ve been consumed with unpacking and making space for everything. Combining two fully furnished homes has been a real challenge (one that’s not over yet). But I’ve made a lot of progress and decided … Continue reading
While I was in Tampa yesterday, I took a quick stroll through the grounds of the University of Tampa. The minarets always catch my attention. What a beautiful campus.
My dog and I spent a bit of time on the upper Alafia River Saturday. Oh does she love swiming in the river.
It happened just the other day. But I didn’t and I wonder why. I feel like letting my freak flag fly.
Woke up early this morning and saw this:
I was excited when PHOTOCRATI announced their latest version (4.0). It added eCommerce as well as better gallery management and many other extras. Now that I have had the opportunity to check it out, I am not nearly as excited. … Continue reading