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Hillside Monday: 3/26/18

“Gym Floor with Powder Blue and Sunlight”
LaGrange College
LaGrange, Georgia – 26 January 2017

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Hillside Monday: 3/19/18

If you don’t write the book you have to write, everything breaks.
— A.M. Homes

“For Wes, Part 17”
LaGrange, Georgia – 29 May 2017

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Hillside Monday: 3/12/18

“Look, Mama!”
LaGrange, Georgia – 6 April 2012
Model: Clark

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Hillside Monday: 3/5/18

Keep some room in your heart for the unimaginable.
— Mary Oliver

“For Wes, Part 16”
LaGrange, Georgia – 18 August 2017

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Hillside Monday: 2/26/18

“Hillside Neighborhood Watch, Street Level”
LaGrange, Georgia – 24 October 2014
Models (front to back): Moo, Clark, and Smokey

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Hillside Monday: 2/19/18

“Money Back Bottle”
LaGrange, Georgia – 17 September 2017

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Hillside Monday: 2/12/18

“Still Life in Shadows”
LaGrange, Georgia – 14 January 2018

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Hillside Monday: 2/5/18

“Cat Silhouette, Window, and Wall”
LaGrange, Georgia – 24 September 2015
Model: Miller

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Hillside Monday: 1/29/18

“Spider Lily, Early Autumn”
LaGrange, Georgia – 16 September 2017

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Hillside Monday: 1/22/18

People seem surprised at how many species of wild birds make their home in Hillside’s trees. Unlike some neighborhoods, Hillside features relatively large wooded areas full of mature oaks, pines, hickories, and poplars. These areas—a few of which cover entire city blocks—are perfect for owls, hawks, and woodpeckers, to name just a few birds I’ve seen around here.

I spent a delightful hour browsing The Feather Atlas, courtesy of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. I’m still not sure about this feather. It could be from a nighthawk. Or a downy woodpecker. Or a red-bellied woodpecker. Or a yellow-bellied sapsucker. I need more coffee.

“This Feather Is Mocking Me”
LaGrange, Georgia – 17 November 2015

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Hillside Monday: 1/15/18

“Crape Myrtle and Winter Sky”
LaGrange, Georgia – 3 January 2015

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Hillside Monday: 1/8/18

“Back Yard, Tuesday, 1:15pm”
LaGrange, Georgia – 4 August 2015

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Hillside Monday: 12/18/17

“Hickory Leaves, Late Afternoon”
LaGrange, Georgia – 6 November 2017

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Hillside Monday: 12/11/17

“Toy Car with Carpet and Wall”
LaGrange, Georgia – 1 September 2016

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Hillside Monday: 12/4/17

“Smoke and Slate”
LaGrange, Georgia – 29 October 2017

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Hillside Monday: 11/27/17

“Traveling Shoes, Part 4”
Pure Life Studios
LaGrange, Georgia – 21 August 2015

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Hillside Monday: 11/20/17

“Back Yard with Window Screen and Hurricane Irma”
LaGrange, Georgia – 11 September 2017

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Hillside Monday: 11/13/17

“Chicken Wire, Late Afternoon”
LaGrange, Georgia – 24 July 2015

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Hillside Monday: 11/6/17


“Storm in Hillside, Late July”
LaGrange, Georgia – 21 July 2015

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Hillside Monday: 10/30/17

“Old Mic and Banjo”
Pure Life Studios
LaGrange, Georgia – 29 May 2015

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