Eliza D Hill The Art of Recollection

The Face(s) of Memphis

Some of the faces of last weekend’s “Bellevue Loves Memphis” and “Memphis Starts with Me” projects. Click “Read More” to see more photos. Yes, that’s snow.  Never seen snow in Memphis in March.  But...

KROC Memphis!

If you haven’t visited the new KROC Center in Memphis, I encourage you to check it out.  I had the opportunity to work as one of the photographers for the Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting ceremonies...

Christmas Surprise #2

Christmas Surprise #2 was crazy-fun!  For years, the framed original had been displayed on a table-top, along with other photos.  One of the other photos had blocked the sun, which is what caused both...

Christmas Surprise #1

I’ve been eager to post the before/after of Christmas projects I was working on, but have had to wait until after all Christmas celebrations have passed since each of these was a surprise!! Pictures...

Shoveling Snow

We don’t get much snow in Memphis, and the snow we do get is typically gone within a couple of days if not a couple of hours.  However, we haven’t always lived here.  As...

Tis the Season

Deck the Hall with boughs of holly……and crystal reindeer, and Santas, and lights and you have the most wonderful time of the year with the folks at the Arlington Senior Center. Once again, I...

Jolly {Little} Elf

 “…..a right jolly old Elf, and I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself.” As if this baby boy wasn’t cute enough the day we shot his Christmas pics, looking back at...

A Truly Good Thing

Good thing I’m a gadget-girl.  Ask my husband.  He’ll tell you that it’s hard for me to walk away from a good gadget.  I also love color.  Especially bright pink.  That’s a good thing,...

Hummingbird Inspiration

August 12 was my mother’s birthday.  It will be the second birthday since her death.  And although the passing of time has reduced that  initial feeling of breathtaking sadness, it hasn’t reduced our missing...

Perfectly Framed

I always appreciate the thoughtfulness of the folks I get to work with, and this was certainly no exception.  The project was brought to me by this gentleman’s great-great-(great?)-granddaughter-in-law. She is a librarian, so ...