Tag Archives: Photography

Inspiration: Bonaventure Cemetery

2 Mar

perfect pink pink bloomsMercer angel

We are so lucky to live in Savannah. Right now, the weather is wonderful (ask again when July comes around). The camellias and hibiscus are blooming, and there is a wonderful fresh scent on the breeze. I don’t consider photography to be one of my artistic talents, but it is hard not to take wonderful pictures at Bonaventure Cemetery.

Johnny Mercer

offerings for an angel

 

 

 

 

 

camellias frame a statuary

 

hibiscusBlooms at Bonaventure

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Photo Wall: Memories of Travel

14 Nov

As an archaeologist, I am always looking for cheap ways to craft better. Purchasing art for my walls was never an option, but now with digital cameras cheaper than ever, and many online print options that will print in larger sizes, making your own art is easier than ever. Whether family members, your favorite park, or your last vacation, printing and framing your photos is simple and cheap.

 I love to scour thrift stores whenever I have the chance. I pick up photo frames for a dollar or two. They are small enough to store until I need them. Incidentally, this is also a great way to pickup craft supplies. Vintage yarn, random zippers, buttons, beads… it can all be found. But you have to be willing to pick up what is there at the time. You will rarely ever find exactly what you are looking for. Fortunately, this is classic freestyle fashion, crafting with what you find. This is also a wonderfully eco-friendly way to craft. Reuse is the best kind of recycling.

Photo Collage of the Abbazio San Galgano

This is my photo collage of the Abbazio San Galgano in Tuscany. I took these photos in 2006 with a basic point and shoot digital camera and had them printed by an online photo service. I put the photos in frames from local thrift shops and hung them from nails. No fancy photo hooks needed. Several of the frames had cardboard stands with metal hinges for placing photos on tables. These can be removed moderately easily with the claw end of a hammer. Be careful not to break the glass! I attempted to match photos with frames that complimented them. Be creative in swarming the photos or creating a geometric pattern with the frames. Then enjoy your memories!

Outside the ruined Abbazio San Galgano

Door at the ruined Abbazio San Galgano 

  

 
 
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