Turner Falls Park in Davis, Oklahoma

Turner Falls Park sits below the Arbuckle Mountains and is part of Honey Creek. Along Honey Creak sits a beautiful seventy-seven foot waterfall  that forms a natural swimming pool making Turner Falls the largest waterfall in Oklahoma. The park is one … [Read more...]

Butterflies in the Butterfly Palace in Branson, MO

In general I love nature and the wildlife the world around us supports. Whenever I get the chance, I love to get out and explore the great outdoors and shoot as many pictures as I can. In addition to shooting that perfect landscape, I love to catch … [Read more...]

Ennis Bluebonnet Trails in Ennis, Texas

In 1997 the Texas State Legislator designated Ennis as the home of the Official Texas Bluebonnet Trail and the Official Bluebonnet City of Texas. The wildflowers can be seen on the Ennis Bluebonnet Trails from April 1st through April 30th. The Ennis … [Read more...]

The Old Alston Grocery Store in Rodney, Mississippi

The old Alston Grocery Store in Rodney, Mississippi is one of a few remaining buildings left in the once prosperous town now considered by some as a ghost town. It’s really not a ghost town, there are quit a few people that still in town and the … [Read more...]

Rodney Masonic Lodge F. & A.M. in Rodney, Mississippi

Across the street from the old Presbyterian Church in Rodney MS is the now defunct and abandoned Rodney Masonic Lodge F. & A.M. As you can see its seen better days. Rodney Masonic Lodge F. & A.M. – History I really couldn’t find much … [Read more...]

Old Rodney Presbyterian Church

The Rodney Presbyterian Church got its start when the Bayou Pierre Presbyterian Church congregation was organized in 1807. Bayou Pierre then split in 1824 to form the Bethel Presbyterian Church a few miles down the road. Then in 1828 some of the … [Read more...]

Bethel Presbyterian Church near Port Gibson, Mississippi

The Bethel Presbyterian Church near Port Gibson, Mississippi got its start from the Bayou Pierre Presbyterian Church as its members split to form the First Presbyterian Church of Port Gibson and the Bethel Presbyterian Church. A Quick History of … [Read more...]

The Windsor Ruins

About 10 miles southwest of Port Gibson, Mississippi sits a tract of cleared land where the ruins of twenty-nine gothic columns commonly called the Windsor Ruins. The Windsor Ruins was once the beautiful plantation mansion called the Windsor. … [Read more...]

Bayou Pierre Presbyterian Church near Port Gibson, Mississippi

During one of my trips to the Port Gibson, Mississippi area to visit the Windsor Ruins and Rodney, Mississippi I had the chance to stop at the old Bayou Pierre Presbyterian Church. Bayou Pierre Presbyterian Church. In 1801 Presbyterian … [Read more...]

Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor

Fort Sumter started construction in 1829 and was named after the Revolutionary War hero, General Thomas Sumter, and was part of a series of fortifications on the southern U.S. coast to protect the harbors. By the time the Civil War begin in 1861 it … [Read more...]

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