Circles and stripes on my commute
A tuba player performs during the Dawg Walk near Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018. The Georgia Bulldogs played against the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders for their third game of the season. (Photo/Rebecca Wright)
Moments from the teen sewing club at the Lyndon House Arts Center in Athens last week. (Photo/Rebecca Wright)
Hello world please let me introduce you to THE Kaley Lefevre, the managing editor of The Red & Black and one of the coolest ladies I know. This wonderful human is graduating in a short two weeks, and I am so thankful that she is in my life. She’s an incredible reporter, photojournalist and friend, and if you don’t know her, you should. You can catch her in the mornings at Jittery Joes downtown making the best damn drinks in the world (pls tip her she and other baristas deserve it), and you can find her at 540 Baxter St. pretty much every afternoon making sure we put out the best damn paper in Athens, Georgia, every week. Kaley, you are a FORCE to be reckoned with, and I can’t wait to see all the incredible things you do! ❤️ #ugavj fam forever #rednadblack fam forever
Beth Rice, a hairstylist at Loft Salon 1910 in Dahlonega, Georgia, does Janett Tripp-Smith’s hair on April 13, 2019. Tripp-Smith, a ninth-grade English teacher at North Forsyth High School, has been reflecting on her last few years at as a teach and looking forward to the last few. (Photo/Rebecca Wright) #nppainsta #nppareflect
Linda Robeson, 72, speaks to her coworkers at Gateway Antique Mall in Dahlonega, Georgia, on Saturday, April 13, 2019. Robeson has been working at the antique mall since it opened in 2003. (Photo/Rebecca Wright) #nppainsta #npparelate
Lots to celebrate yesterday as @ugagymnastics moves on to the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships in Texas after placing second in the #Athens regional. Here’s @sydney_snead, @rachael_lukacs and some fans after big moments at Stegeman.
Textures from Watson Mill Bridge State Park on March 23, 2019.