Posts Tagged ‘Toccoa’

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Over the weekend, I had the great opportunity to shoot an adorable little girl and her mother to help celebrate her 2nd birthday. I’ve said it before, Henderson Falls located in Toccoa, Georgia is one of the best places for perfect backdrops for photos. The weather was beautiful, a lot of leaves have fallen in the past few weeks so it created the perfect setting to capture some great shots. Wide open areas allowed me to get the curious and active side of the sweet girl.

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*Be sure to check back next week for my coverage of the 3rd Annual Driving Away Hunger Car Show from Clayton, Georgia.

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For more information on the show, check out their facebook page at:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/138114212882149/
Or look for the event page for up to date information.

https://www.facebook.com/events/287983804628864/

Happy Fall, Y’all!

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I had the great opportunity to photograph a wonderful mom and her son a few weeks back. Henderson Falls Park in Toccoa, Georgia has some of the best backdrops a photographer could ask for. It wasn’t too warm during the shoot. All in all I think it went fantastic and Mom loved the way the photos turned out.

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Finally made it to the Subway Classic Cruise-In that is held on the second Friday of every month. I was a little worried that the clouds that were rolling in would put a damper on the turn out, but  I worried for nothing. There were quite a few locals that rolled into the parking lot. Showing off their pride and joys and chatting it up with others who share their love of beautiful classic cars. I hope to be out next month to spend more time with this awesome group of people, and of course Super Subway Man himself.

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Come on, Friday! I have been waiting for a month for this Friday to roll around, and all to go visit Subway here in Toccoa, Georgia. Last month, I happened to glance over that their parking lot and my jaw dropped at the dozens of cars that were parked out. Turns out they have a “Classic Cruise-In” on the second Friday of every month. Of course, my camera was at home instead of in my car, and I was on a mission to get dinner for the family who were waiting hungrily at home for my return. I vowed that I would not miss the next one. I will definitely be there this Friday, if even only for an hour or two armed with my trusty camera. There are some really great cars that are local, that I only see in passing driving down the road. To see them all gathered together will be great. I’m hoping that there will be a good turn out, despite Rod Run being in Pigeon Forge this weekend. So ta-ta for now!