Spring has sprung in Atlanta. Yesterday, I went for a walk down the historic street in Duluth, Georgia – West Lawrenceville St. I passed the Old Captain’s House, and many Southern homes graced with huge porches. The smell of wisteria was in the air. I had my Canon 7D with Tamron 18-270 mm lens. I also carried with me the nifty fifty 50 mm 1.8 lens. It is so lightweight that I tend to carry it with me on every camera outing. What struck me were the tiny elements within the larger landscapes. Trees were blooming with cherry blossoms, dogwood flowers, and their tons of azalea bushes all around, yet I was drawn to the patterns and lighting around me. Below are two of my favorite images from my stroll down a southern street.
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