Posts tagged with ‘photography’

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Images from the Wild Goose Festival

by Carl McColman

I’m home from the Wild Goose Festival. What an amazing experience it was! Hopefully I’ll find the time sometime soon to write about the experience. But in the meantime, here are a few photos to give you a glimpse of the experience. The first two photos I took using my iPhone; the other two are […]

A Sneak Peek at our New Family Photos

by Carl McColman

Last night Rhiannon, Fran and I had family photos taken, our first formal photography since 2001. My, how things have changed! Back then you still had to go back to the studio at a later date to view proofs — but this time, as soon as the shoot was done, the photographer parked us in […]

My Parents, circa 1978

by Carl McColman

My brother Donald took these pictures of my Mom and Dad in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, sometime around 1978 (I was in High School at the time).

Autumn in Atlanta

by Carl McColman

Okay, so our trees don’t get quite as bold in their colors as you’ll find in Minnesota or Vermont… but the hardwoods in Georgia still know how to put on a show, and the last few days have been particularly lovely here in Atlanta. Yesterday morning as I was heading out to speak at a […]

Gotta love those yellow sneakers!

by Carl McColman

Here’s a picture of Rhiannon, David Crowder, Fran, and me, taken last night, just outside the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts in Franklin, NC, shortly after the David Crowder Band’s concert. I’m holding a copy of Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven, But Nobody Wants to Die, the book that Crowder wrote with […]

Someone who WON’T be going to Northern Ireland in August…

by Carl McColman

Here is a little “friend” we discovered in the woods behind the Abbey Store at the monastery where I work. Needless to say, Saint Patrick is not in Georgia. This, of course, is a black snake, who helps to control the population of field mice throughout the largely wooded grounds of the monastery — so […]