Tornado season in Birmingham is no joke, a truth photographer Ginnard Archibald captured with this breathtaking photo one dark and stormy evening.
One Shot: The City Through the Lens
After what seemed like an endless winter, spring arrived in all her glory. Birminghamians–people and flowers alike–turned their faces up to the sun. This Highland Park home was just one example of the color that popped up all around the city. Photo by Lindsey Lowe
Quagswag performs at TEDxBirmingham. Glenny Brock, Chris Hastings, and Malik Kofi were just a few of the speakers who captivated the audience during a day of Birmingham inspiration.
The South quite literally froze during a spell of extreme cold weather in the first days of 2014. This fountain at Brookwood Village–like much of the city–was taken by surprise.
Engagement photo shot by Ginnard Archibald
Grand River on Ice opened last month at the Outlet Shops of Grand River in Leeds, in what seems likely to become a grand holiday tradition and a triumph of seasonal spirit over our variable weather. Skaters can try out the rink throughout the holiday season. It closes Jan. 5.
Superhero window washers spread cheer through the windows to patients at Children’s of Alabama as part of “Celebrating Our Superheroes” week from September 16–20. It was organized in honor of Childhood Cancer and Sickle Cell Awareness Month as well as to celebrate the young heroes battling illness at Children’s.
Local photographer JC Bravo captured the colorful experience of The Color Run held at Barber Motor Sports Park on Sept. 2. The run supports the Global Poverty Project, whose mission is to increase the number of people taking action to end extreme poverty.
We are all loving the Barons at the new Region’s Field. Photographer David Garrett captured this moment at a game on July 18, 2013.
Within Reason performing at Iron City June 20th to raise money for the new Make-A-Wish Alabama chapter. Photo by Ginnard Archibald
Fireflies are tiny creatures, but seeing them brings back childhood memories of summertime. These synchronous fireflies (Photinus carolinus) appear each June for several weeks at the Birmingham home of Susan and Scott Gilpin, flying low, with the males blinking in unison in flight, with females blinking back from trees and leaves. This species of firefly… Read More