As much as I like taking photos of abandoned buildings, it looks like at some point, there will be less in Pine Bluff as more are being rehabilitated — and … Continue reading Pine Bluff
Writer Denise Parkinson was kind enough to let me tag along and take photos as she continues to research the history of river towns, their people and culture. We met with … Continue reading Back to the River
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and … Continue reading Rainy Day Road Trip
Clarendon is small river town in Monroe County which has an amazing bridge that the city, county and preservationists are trying to save. Learn more here: Democrat-Gazette Article, White River Bridge, Historic Bridges- … Continue reading Clarendon, Ark., and its historic bridge over the White River
I’ve been in touch with some folks with the same love of old buildings that I have and after exchanging stories of buildings we have documented, I had to go … Continue reading East Side High School c.1904
Back in 2010 I was part of a group that went to visit the factory, before the rest of its contents were sold. A story about the visit and a … Continue reading Camark Pottery, Camden, Ark.
When my daughters were in school, they spent a couple weeks during the summers at camp on Petit Jean Mountain and when taking them or picking them up I always … Continue reading Petit Jean Mountain