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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While driving to visit friends near Itchy Tuck Knee (Ichetucknee) Springs recently, I traveled on some out of the way roads. As I passed a dirt road that seemed to end at the horizon I caught a glimps of this … Continue reading
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
I’m still testing the Tokina 11-16mm zoom lens. Yesterday afternoon I drove over to Helton Creek and shot the falls. Morning is a better time for color but I wanted to catch the sun as reviews said this lens makes … Continue reading
I made a short trip to the Smoky Mountains of North Georgia last week. I found a little time one afternoon to ride through town and shoot a couple photographs. The door in the loft of this barn caught my … Continue reading
This and some strawberries will make a delicious pie.
The MOTH is a tiny mono-hull sailboat with a very unique feature. This boat has hydrofoils that lift it out of the water when enough speed is obtained. Then it’s Katie Bar The Door because this little bug really bugs … Continue reading
This is a tight squeeze. Davis Island Yacht Club Thursday evening race – July 8th, 2010
Racing a boat this small and light really requires smooth teamwork. This is from Thursday evening races at Davis Island Yacht Club July 8, 2010.