My lectures and art exhibition in northwest Georgia were well attended by many locals and a few people from farther away, including Panama City Beach, FL; Knoxville, TN; and Nashville, TN. Thanks to everyone who stopped by. Seeing so many old friends and meeting several new ones was great. If you couldn’t make it, remember that my photographs are on display in Summerville until 10 July.
For today’s post, I’m sharing photos from both lectures. I will be working on a video of the lecture(s), but that will take some time to put together, so watch this blog for that at some point in the future.
While in northwest Georgia, I visited a few cemeteries (a couple I had never seen before), filmed some footage that will become more videos for this blog, and worked on some new family tree branches. But after that, I focused on some much-needed vacation time–away from work, away from genealogy, and away from everyday life. It was good.
Now I’m home again and back to the grind. I have some new content in the works: writing, photography, and more videos. In the meantime, enjoy these photos from the lectures. And let me know what type of content you’d like to see on the blog in the future.