The wonderful Hesselgrave family took me in for the week of Thanksgiving and helped me walk from Sumter to downtown Columbia! Thanks Hesselgrave's and I met a group of their friends on Thanksgiving that are also in this photograph!
Maxcy Gregg Park, Columbia S.C.
Pivot irrigation machine, I believe those are collards, Gilbert S.C.
So much kale!!!
Julian loves to flip!
The Diaz family.
Crossing the border into Georgia over the Savannah River.
Red clay sky after being in the red clay all day.
Cadley, Georgia sunset
Surrounded by artist in Farmington G.A.
The Flamingo leg sculpture is by local sculpture: Joni Younkins-Herzog.
Another Farmington Sunset
The Pecan Tree at Dusk
Innocence, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, GA
Little River Canyon, Gadsden AL
Phillip and Lucky at sunset. Guntersville AL
Boat House, Guntersville AL
Reflections, Guntersville AL
Barbara in her studio. Lowe Mill, Huntsville AL
Lowe Mill, Huntsville AL
Milly & Austin, Sound Studios Muscle Shoals, AL
Spencer, me, and John, Fame, Muscle Shoals, AL
Cane Creek Nature Preserve, Florence AL
Roger Stolle, the history book on the Delta Blues...
Street Art, Clarksdale MS
Red at Red's Juke Joint. Clarksdale MS
Red owns one of the last Juke Joint's in Mississippi. All the greatest blues players have played at his place. I happened to bump into him in the middle of the day and asked if I could take his picture, he obliged. When people around town heard that he let me take his picture they were shocked saying he is the grumpiest man in town and that he would never let anyone do that. All I did was ask! I like Red!!!!
The very famous "97" year old Gip Gipson, legendary gravedigger by day and party animal by night. Bessemer Alabama blues playing juke joint owning sweetheart.
"If we can all come together, there is no seperation" -Gip
Hiking at Petit Jean, Arkansas
In My Minds Eye
Sunset at Chateau Aux Arc
The Hardest Workers
A slice of paradise
This was the view from outside my tent at night on the vineyard and winery, Chateau Aux Arc in Altus Arkansas.
Sunrise on the vineyard
My new partner in crime
This beautiful dog followed me one afternoon then slept outside my tent and followed me again the next day, then slept outside my tent. It became clear that she was going everywhere I went and was never more than 20 yards from my side. I brought her to the vet and had her spayed and she got a clean bill of health. I named her Cynthiana after the grape of Arkansas. She followed me to 2 different vineyards and we slept at one vineyard/winery Chateau Aux Arc which is the largest producer of the Cynthiana grape in the world. I call her Thina for short.