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EG LOVES HER CAMERA AS MUCH AS SHE LOVES HER GUITAR, AND ENJOYS SETTING UP SCENES, AND CAPTURING THE RURAL LANDSCAPE, AROUND HOME, AND ON THE ROAD.

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GRANDMA’S WORLD

 

My granddaddy, Rev. Felton Clements, started Graham Memorial Nazarene Church many years ago.  My grandma, Mintie Clements, taught Sunday School there, and she taught me how to play guitar.

Several years ago, I found a bible that I had carried to church from the age of five until long after high school. I wanted to do something special with it so on a simple wooden table, I sat grandma’s hurricane lamp, my granddaddy’s eyeglasses, and my bible. This is the scene that I created of these special treasures.
The response from my fans to this first photograph inspired me to create more, and at some shows, I sell as many photos as I do CD’s! .

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BAAAD TO THE BONE

 

 

I had an idea about trying to capture one of my goats in front of my old microphone, and had a lot of fun with it.
This is one of my favorites – Tiny Tim, singin’ the Blues.

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BARN ON MORMON ROW

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I took a vacation to Wyoming, mainly to take photos of the breathtakingly beautiful scenery, and I was not disappointed!

This barn is located on Morman Row, which is a historic area of Grand Teton National Park located in Jackson Hole. It’s the most photographed barn in the world. I took this photo at sunrise.
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BLUES BROAD

 

 

I’ve taken so many photos of “Blues Men” so I felt it was time for a “Blues Broad”.  She’s rough and tough and elegant at the same time, and knows how to belt out the Blues!

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BLUES SHOES

 

While at the Salvation Army one day, I saw this pair of shoes and immediately thought they looked like “Blues Shoes”.  So I just had to have them for a photo!

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DINNER TIME FROM THE PAST

 

These dishes are some that I found in an old, rundown building out on my property. An elderly woman lived in it many decades ago. These were her dishes, and the old bowl belonged to my great-grandmother. This old building is part of my family history, and is where I stage a lot of my photographs.

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LIFE IS GOOD

 

This is one of my goats named Cream. (Her sister’s name is Peaches.)
A few years ago I walked down to see my goats and they saw that I had brought them some goodies. I had my camera and caught Cream smiling, waiting for her snack.
It just felt like she was saying “Life Is Good”.

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Little Martin

A good friend of mine and I were looking at some of his guitars a while back, and came across this little gem – a 1951 Martin 0-18 that had been in the case for many years. The strings on it were put on in 1962. I wanted to borrow it to take some photos, and I fell in love with it. I’ve been sitting around the house playing it, and hope that maybe I can convince my friend to let me take it out and play it somewhere some day. Here’s hoping….

 

 

 

Moses Learning the Blues

 

This is Moses looking at an old Gibson guitar that one of my fans gave me recently.  He was checking it out.  Maybe he could see it better if I cut his hair!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Murrayville

 

My mama and I were driving around in north Georgia one day and got lost, and we happened upon this scene. It really caught our attention, and took us back in time. I had to pull over and grab the camera. You never know where an unknown road may take you.

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Sweet Music Man

 

I took this photo of a friend of mine looking at an old guitar, while deep in thought. I could feel the love they had for their instrument, and I called it “Sweet Music Man”.  This photo ended up as the cover of a book called “The Life and Times of Robert Johnson”.

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Takin’ a Break

 

I set up this scene in an old building my great-granddaddy built, with an old chair that’s seen better days, an old guitar and what could’ve been a moonshine jug. To me it looks like the musician is “takin’ a break”.

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Thanksgiving Tree

 

 

A few years back on Thanksgiving day, my Mama and I went for a ride on the golf cart at sunset. While riding through the pasture I saw this lonely tree all by itself, and even though it’s leaves were gone, it looked so beautiful to me with the sunset as a background. I just had to capture it…

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Waiting to Play

 

 

I took this photo inside an old house in middle Georgia. I loved the way the light was reflecting on the guitar.

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