Travels and Update

Hey All!

It has been a bit since I’ve posted, but I assure it is not for lack of photographing. I have been busy traveling for work and my personal life so I haven’t had a lot of time to sit down to update you all. The first update I wanted to give you is of a few fun images I took on my off time while I was in Atlanta Georgia for a business trip.

I was sent to one of our facilities in Roswell Georgia to photograph some executive portraits both in the studio and on location. It was a good time, their campus is beautiful and has a nice open walking trail in between campus buildings. We did a lot of shooting outdoors to take advantage of the beautiful landscaping. I was there for three days. I wanted to take the opportunity to drive downtown to the aquarium and get some imagery. The aquarium itself was relatively large with lots of different sights to take in, a great place for a family to go on vacation. I was exhausted from my long day so I didn’t linger. I made my way through everything I wanted to see and photograph in about an hour. One thing I will say is that I was impressed with how easy Atlanta and Georgia was to navigate. I am usually pretty timid when driving in new cities, but found my way around easily. It isn’t to say that the drivers were any safer in Georgia, in fact just the opposite.

Anyways, enjoy the images from the aquarium and a few things around!


wisteriat that grew on campus, though I believe this is an invasive species it still was beautiful

wisteria that grew on campus, though I believe this is an invasive species it still was beautiful

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whale shark

whale shark

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schools of fish



Beluga Whale

Beluga Whale









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Lion Fish

Lion Fish


5 Replies to “Travels and Update”

  1. says:

    Beautiful photos. I loved the seahorse.


  2. Stunning photography from the aquarium – especially the jellyfish and seadragon… I can imagine this would have been particularly challenging to shoot and you’ve done so beautifully!

    • Gnome Photo says:

      Thank you!! It was a challenge. I didn’t want to carry my tripod around through the aquarium, especially since I wasn’t sure what to expect. I would have liked to drop my ISO a bit, but didn’t have that choice. Glad you liked the photos!! The jellyfish were probably my favorite.

  3. Sierra says:

    Great shots! Love the jellies!

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