Yearly Archives: 2011

. . . and what a beautiful place.  The gorgeous grounds, stately building, friendly staffing and exquisite interior all contributed to a wonderful and memorable experience. The scale of it all is quite remarkable as when you look up close there is actually a person on the front steps getting the columns all decked out […]

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  • Carolyn McIntosh

    Sharon, thanks so much for your note . . . it "made my day"!!!! I sooo enjoyed our visit to your State and hope to return.ReplyCancel

  • Sharon

    It's wonderful that you enjoyed our beautiful Capitol. My husband is the Secretary of State, and his staff is tasked with maintaining the building and grounds, as well as greeting visitors and conducting tours. Your photos are stunning! Although I've been in the building dozens of times, several of your shots gave me a perspective I had not noticed before.ReplyCancel

 . . . . . today I hand delivered a wedding album that I created for a friend.  I did not take most of the photos in the book, although did take the foodie ones and their engagement photos.  However, the creation of the album was completely my design and I did all the polishing […]

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  • Carolyn McIntosh

    John, thanks so much . . you made my day!!!!ReplyCancel

  • John

    Carolyn,
    This wedding album is an absolute treasure. Thank you for allowing us the enjoy your creative work.

    John SepplesReplyCancel

I would highly recommend that if you are in the vicinity of a Presidential Library, no matter what your political stripe is and what his was . . . . . that you take the time to peek into that period of history.  If they all are as good as the one in Little Rock, […]

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  • Janet Raines

    Great article. Little Rock is on my list of places to visit in 2012.ReplyCancel

The one statue I really wanted to see was that of Robert E. Lee.  Although I do not agree with the side he fought for, I do have admiration for his character and dignity.  I truly believe he was a gentleman soldier.  He also paid a very high price for having fought for the South […]

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  • Good afternoon, Carolyn,

    I came across your photographs of my home church, First English Lutheran in Richmond, Virginia, and thought you did a wonderful job of capturing its beauty!

    With your permission, I would like to include them on our Church’s new website. Your work would be a wonderful addition to display on our webpage!

    Please feel free to contact anytime.

    Thank you for your consideration!

    Caroline Heltzel

    First English Lutheran Church
    Council SecretaryReplyCancel

    • Permission granted. Please give me photographic credit and a link to my site. Once you have it posted I would love to visit the website to learn more about the history of this church. As you can tell we thoroughly enjoyed our visit thereReplyCancel

      • Caroline

        Wonderful! Of course, credit will be given where credit is due. Your name and link will appear in the caption. As we establish the new layout of our site, photographs and information will be posted. We greatly appreciate your permission to post these photos!

        If you’re ever in the city again, feel free to attend one of our Sunday services! You should hear the pipe organ play…it’s gorgeous and the acoustics in the sanctuary are perfect!

        Thanks again!

        God bless,

        CarolineReplyCancel

        • Please let me know what resolution you need. Will gladly provide it. Although I am Anglican, my Mom was Lutheran and we sent our kids to Lutheran College in Camrose. Plan to revisit the area . . . .didn’t get enough the first time.ReplyCancel

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