A Few From The Recent Past

Well, some of you know and some of you don’t know that art has always been a part of my (Randy) life. I am thrilled to be able to work in the world of art through photography, but I have only recently (in the time-line of my life) picked up the camera as a medium. (I was always a painter and drawer for the most part. I actually started out as a Painting and Drawing Major at the University of Georgia.) I say all of that to say: I wanted to post some of my newest little creations (paintings, drawings, and a few tiny “sculptures”). So I went to my hard drive to gather a few slides of my art work. (Not out of vanity, but rather out of inspiration. There are a few out there that follow us on oliveourmoments.com that have said they get a little inspiration from some of our work. That is the biggest compliment to me. I always want to breed creative inspiration! So thank you…) Whilst digging through the hard drive I stumbled over old folders of photos. So where this blog was supposed to exhibit a few fine art pieces of mine instead it is my favorite blasts from the past. I really hope you enjoy. Ellen and I have come a long way from the time we first picked up the camera. (She has especially–talk about natural talent…she blows me away. I hope you are keeping up with her work in Costa Rica. Hey I guess I could call her a world renown now that she has made some noise in Africa and Costa Rica with her photography:)


The sky from our backyard during hurricane Ike.From our cruise ship 3 years ago.MMMM…This door is in downtown Athens, GA. How I miss thee UGA!The Empire State Building from afar. (taken from the deck of Rockefeller)Peeking into NYC from Central Park.Really on of my favorite photos of all time. NYC is always busy it seems, but there is always time to rest.This is right up there as one of my favorites…this screams hometown rodeo in Texas. (taken in Wimberly, TX)The sun setting past the buildings of Houston. This was taken at Minute Maid Park with an Olympus point-and-shoot…the old saying rings true: the best camera is the one you have with you.This old carousel horse is now yard decor at my dads house way out in the country in Georgia.I love Autumn…My wife Ellen is amazing. Not only is she smart and beautiful and wonderful and artistic and creative, she also has music talent…she has such a cool unique voice and could harmonize with anything.


Mary-Stewart - July 16, 2010 - 1:49 pm

Love them ALL! I also really really REALLY like the one from NYC with the blurred bus! So cool!

Kay Cooksey - July 18, 2010 - 12:59 pm

I’m in awe looking at these pictures. Thank you for blessing
my heart today with all of them including the ones from the
mission trip. God bless you both.

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