Thursday, June 12, 2014

Long Time No See...

Well, first off, sorry for the long absence!  I didn't realize it had been over 6 months since my last post until now.  I blame it on my lack of spontaneous photography road trips lately... or at all.  I can't even remember the last time we went on a weekend-photography-trip, which is sad because I really do miss all the photo opps I used to find.  I feel like life has just been hitting us too hard as of late.  We've had some major setbacks within this past month alone and it's been difficult to find the extra time (& money).

Anyway... we did get the opportunity to travel out to Little Rock, Arkansas at the end of March, where I was able to satisfy at least a few of my photographic urges.  We ended up taking a totally spontaneous road trip to Memphis, TN while we were there as well, but we weren't able to spend as much time as we'd hoped.  Though the main purpose of the whole trip was to be there for my Granny's 90th birthday party, and to visit with my family, especially my sweet nephew Aidan, who has gotten so big in such a short amount of time, btw!

Jacques by the wall outside of Elvis's house.

I loved looking through and finding little messages from tourists...

Beale Street scene... we ended up eating lunch over at Flynn's on the other side of the road.

The Love & Happiness bus!  It was stopped over by the Orpheum theatre.

Memphis law enforcement on horseback!

And now for the photos from our actual visit in Arkansas.

Aidan looking over at Jacques while my brother talks to my dad and my mom looks on.

A cute moment between grandmother and grandson!

Here we are in Hot Springs, AR; capturing on old ad on an old building...

The actual hot springs in the park!

Closeup of the steam rising from the water...

There were rows and rows of bath houses along this walkway!

And here's some of the participants riding to take their positions at the horse races that we attended at Oaklawn.

.... and they're off!

Granny and Aidan meeting for the first time <3  So sweet.

An entrance to a bridge in downtown Little Rock.

Modern artwork in downtown Little Rock.

My brother acting silly...

Walking along the river in downtown.

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