Todd Suttles Art Photography

Seasoned in the South

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  • Huff Road, Atlanta, Georgia -2014

    It is that time of year again to be submitting to SlowExposures 2018. I have been going through my images making selections to submit and have found a series I shot back in 2010 and 2014. The location is on Huff Road over by Digital Arts Studio, Barry and Robin’s business. The site is a…

  • Slow Exposures 2018 Call For Entry Ends Next Sunday

    Slow Exposures 2018 Call For Entry Ends Next Sunday “Nola” For those of you who knew me back before I closed my big salon, Noland Suttles, you will know who this is. I am going through my library trying to decide on six images to select for submission to Slow Exposures 2018 (DUE NEXT SUNDAY,…

  • Walk-Ins Welcome

    Walk-Ins Welcome This is right up my alley; found it on my Memorial Day photo-road trip through Alabama.

  • Call 911

    “Call 911” Found on the backroads of Alabama during my recent Memorial Day photo-road tip.

  • Untitled

    Another image from my recent Memorial Day photo-road trip. This I found in the window of a small town theatre. The evening gowns are authentic 1900 and 1920 period gowns.

  • Train Car

    Another image from my Memorial Day photo-road trip through lower Alabama.

  • National Memorial For Peace And Justice

    This past weekend a friend an I took a photo-road trip through lower Alabama, otherwise known as “LA”. In Montgomery, we went to see the newly opened Memorial For Peace And Justice   / ( New York Times Story). It is a moving, stunning exhibit. I am glad that I attended; growing up in the South I…

  • Dancing Rabbits

    This image is of property owned by the Collins Family in Choestoe Valley, Union County, near Blairsville, Georgia. I met Mr. Collins while taking pictures in Choestoe Valley. He explained to me that his ancestors had settled the land in 1835 coming from Ireland. He told me about the many Cherokee who were still inhabiting…

  • New Growth

    Another image from my roaming around North Georgia and North Carolina Mountains day before yesterday.

  • Wiener Dawg

    It is a great time of year in North Georgia. It is perfect. The foliage is that yellow-green color when it first bursts out; not matured to the deeper green. There is still some visibility through the woods. You can still see the lay of the land and everything seems to be just vibrating with…