FedEx pulled up around 8:30 this morning and dropped off a new lens. (It wasn’t due ’til Tuesday — bonus!) Given that it was an absolutely beautiful morning, I shelved my plans for the day, picked up the camera, and headed downtown.
Verdict? It’s so a keeper. See for yourself:
Wound up with sixty new items posted. However, the downtown Macon gallery was getting almost too big — confusing, even — so has been separated into three parts:
Memorial Day weekend brought what is likely the last of the spring-like weather to Middle Georgia, and while it lasted, I was out with the camera. This time, the beautiful, historic Mercer University campus here in Macon:
That building is from the 1800’s. The bear — and the building in the background — are not:
Had my black-and-white “classic camera” filters handy, too (same building in the background, FYI):
The galleries for Macon on my Media site are subdivided by location, but some photography sets don’t really fit into a specific location. Today, I’ve updated the Macon – Miscellaneous gallery with photographs from Hay House, Coleman Hill and Mercer Law, and the Catholic and Baptist churches near downtown. Enjoy!