Metal, Moisture and Oxygen

I'm not sure what this structure is but the color and texture made it a worthy subject to photograph. | © Ronda L. Birtha. All rights reserved. Most of the rusted and abandoned structures I find are buried under growth, or, as in the case of vehicles, are being...
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The Bridge and The Fence

What many may have seen as a dilapidated eye sore and safety hazard, I saw as an ideal location for a photo shoot. Hiawassee River Bridge - March 2017 | © Ronda L. Birtha. All rights reserved. In 2011, I met the Hiawassee River Bridge, up close and very personal. I...
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Waiting for the Eclipse, Andrews NC

Railroad tracks wind through Andrews Valley in Andrews North Carolina. | © Ronda L. Birtha Andrews, North Carolina is getting a bit of attention because it falls in the path of the historic 2017 solar eclipse set to make an appearance (and disappearance) August 21,...
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Done > Perfect

The Vernal Equinox Today is the Vernal Equinox. Roughly 12 hours of daylight, 12 hours of darkness. I slept through one of those precious hours of daylight so I'm left with 11 hours to make the most of - at least as far as blog posting goes. As it turned out, my site...
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Metal, Moisture and Oxygen

I'm not sure what this structure is but the color and texture made it a worthy subject to photograph. | © Ronda L. Birtha. All rights reserved. Most of the rusted and abandoned structures I find are buried under growth, or, as in the case of vehicles, are being...

read more

The Bridge and The Fence

What many may have seen as a dilapidated eye sore and safety hazard, I saw as an ideal location for a photo shoot. Hiawassee River Bridge - March 2017 | © Ronda L. Birtha. All rights reserved. In 2011, I met the Hiawassee River Bridge, up close and very personal. I...

read more

Waiting for the Eclipse, Andrews NC

Railroad tracks wind through Andrews Valley in Andrews North Carolina. | © Ronda L. Birtha Andrews, North Carolina is getting a bit of attention because it falls in the path of the historic 2017 solar eclipse set to make an appearance (and disappearance) August 21,...

read more

Done > Perfect

The Vernal Equinox Today is the Vernal Equinox. Roughly 12 hours of daylight, 12 hours of darkness. I slept through one of those precious hours of daylight so I'm left with 11 hours to make the most of - at least as far as blog posting goes. As it turned out, my site...

read more