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  • Doug Beasley assigned our class to create a photo about “emergence”

    My initial intent was to take this little plastic duck, saved by my mother from my childhood, to a creek and see what “emerged.” In the course of doing that I fell, broke the poor duck’s neck, and at least one of my ribs. The camera was fine. I made the image and then proceeded…

  • Lake Ocoee

    Luck and timing are everything! Limited Edition of five each in 15×15″  & 30×30″  

  • “black/white” A Smith Gallery Exhibition

    APRIL 24 – MAY 30, 2021 “black/white” A Smith Gallery, Johnson City, TX Juror | Eric Kunsman I am so honored to have my image “Learning/Acceptance” included in the “black/white” Exhibition at A Smith Gallery. On Saturday, April 24, 4:00 pm CDT, there will be a Facebook Live Gallery Walk. It is open and accessible…

  • Searching For Charlotte

    I’ve always been one to take luck over smarts. In digital photography, anything can be added or subtracted to an image, even a pig. But I assure you this is the real deal. My father and I were out on a wander-about, cameras in hand; he was shooting references for his painting, and I was…

  • Hurry…. While Supplies Last, “Well To-Do Guys”

    Yes, this is real! I shot this just one block off Peachtree Street in Buckhead, Atlanta, Georgia! Visit my website for more Southern Humor and be sure to subscribe to my email newsletter.  

  • Exploring Back Roads Rural North Carolina

    Today my dad and I went out shooting at dusk. We traveled along Tusquitee Creek Road in North Carolina. He was shooting for reference to paint from and I am still experimenting with my new mirror-less Canon M6 camera. So far I am pleased with it. The dynamic range seems to be better than my…

  • Choestoe Valley, Union County, Georgia

    Contact Photo@ToddSuttles.Com for pricing and availability.

  • Road Trip in South East Georgia

    Wack-A-Doodle

  • Fancy

    Fancy

  • I found out today

    “Facade”, one of my photographs has been accepted into this year’s SlowExposures Exhibition; i’m very grateful and excited! The show is September 18, 2016, a two day event. It makes a great day trip from Atlanta if you love photography and good people. Learn more at www.SlowExposures.Org