The following is a selection of published photographs I have taken.
The roof of a home on Kaheka Road in Kapoho collapsed because of pounding surf as water rushed onto land during the landfall of Hurricane Iselle in August. Representatives from the U.S. Small Business Administration will be in Pahoa through Nov. 6 assisting homeowners, renters, nonprofit organizations and businesses that received damage as a result of the storm to apply for low-interest loans.
New Zealander Glen Alan Chadwick, right, of team Navigators Insurance speeds by the Blue Willow Inn in Social Circle on Saturday afternoon during the Tour de Georgia Stage 6 sprint leg. Chadwick and two other leaders reached the sprint a full six minutes ahead of the rest of the pack. Stage 6 of North America’s highest rated cycling race continued into Newton and then Rockdale counties before concluding in Stone Mountain.
For a brief moment Sunday afternoon, it was 1978 all over again, as stuntman Corey Eubanks sailed 133 feet across the front of Seney Hall at Oxford College in a “General Lee” 1969 Dodge Charger. The jump was a re-enactment of the origi- nal jump featured in the opening credits of the “The Dukes of Hazzard” television show.
Festival attendees crowd around an apple pie vendor on the Square in Covington on Sunday, the final day of the 17th annual Southern Heartland Arts Festival. Temperatures were mild, and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky as people convened to enjoy some tasty treats, music and shopping. About 75 vendors manned booths around the Square selling their wares.