Atlanta’s newly renovated Central Library is incredible & worth regular visits.[Read more…] about Atlanta’s Newly Renovated Central Library
Nate Shivar's Photos
I'm not a trained or professional photographer by any measure. However, I love that I get live in a time where I have what were once professional grade camera and photo editing software in my pocket.
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This photo is from the Chattahoochee River on the new overlook along the Cochran Shoals Trail. I liked it because of the distance you can see the I-285 bridge crossing the river.
Lake Seminole is one of Georgia’s largest (and shallowest) lakes. It’s in the far southwest corner of the state. This photo is from Seminole State Park looking West over an inlet.
Earlier this summer, we visited Seminole State Park in the very Southwest corner of Georgia. It’s a small, but lovely State Park. Even though it doesn’t have a lot of acreage, much of it preserves an rare stand of native Longleaf Pine Forest. This photo is what a natural stand looks like – wide, open, no mid-story, but a diverse understory.[Read more…] about Longleaf Pine
This is a photo of a lone dogwood flower that I took while hiking along Dockery Lake in North Georgia.
In my neighborhood, dogwoods are super-common as a landscaping / ornamental tree. That’s great – they are native, beautiful, and perfect for yards. But I also forget that they are super-common out in the wild & forests of Georgia. It’s always cool to see one out on a hike.