There is something special about an Easter Sunday drive. Also when that drive follows a wonderful Sunday morning Worship with the amazing people at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Asheville, North Carolina. From there I began what would be the long drive home with the first stop being Elkmont in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park in Tennessee. The area saw it’s first residents come around the 1840s, while these early settlers sought gold the rich lumber soon brought more and more people. Initially settling around Jake’s Creek these early logging communities were usually no more than shanty towns often having the company offices, a hotelRead More →

While I’ve already written two blogs on the subject of the a6000 I figured now having owned and worked with the camera extensively on a three week trip to Europe it was due time to do a proper review of it using the same model as my Classic Camera Revival blogs. This is a fantastic camera, perfect for those who are tired of the usual SLRs or just don’t need that style of camera for what they wanted. It was actually weird that several other folks on the trip all had digital SLRs and me, the one usually associated with photography was rocking this tinyRead More →