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Sunira

  • Photography

    New Camera

    I really should update this site a little more! But today’s news is very good – I finally made the move to mirrorless. I picked up a Canon R5 this week and…

  • Photography

    Tech Campus

    Jeremy and I have taken to walking Tech campus now and then. For a while there we never really went back but lately the distance between our graduation date and today has…

  • Photography

    Falling for North Georgia

    Every year I try and capture the beautiful autumn scenes here in Georgia. Often times I feel like people miss taking the time to go see them at peak – and they…

  • Photography, Travel

    Boston Harbor

    I wanted to post a lot more photos from Boston but I really didn’t take that many. I was busy having fun with Jeremy, my brother, and our friend Zac. I always…

  • Photography, Writings

    See Ya Summer

    It’s hard to say goodbye. The end of summer always leaves me feeling tension – a strange discomfort I feel as I notice the increasingly dim evenings. The brisk air and clear…

  • Travel

    Lovers Key

    One of southwest Florida’s little secrets is Lovers Key. Situated inside of Lovers Key State Park, it is not crowded, has pretty easy access from the State Park itself. It’s $8 to…

  • Art

    Enamel Pin Collecting

    Since late 2019, I’ve been collecting enamel pins for a board in my office. I started out collecting lots of enamel pins from many fandoms but have settled in on Sailor Moon…

  • Art, Local

    Poetic Kinetics

    Friday I had an unexpected day off and I grabbed lunch with a good friend at A Mano, which makes pretty stellar sandwiches, before finding ourselves at the Botanical Gardens. A couple…

  • General

    Juneteenth

    Yesterday President Biden signed into law that Juneteenth would be observed as a Federal Holiday. It’s kind of amazing how much I’ve learned over the last 2 years about the struggles hoisted…