The real thing . . . still! My mother's favorite plant—Queen Anne's lace—and our roadways are full of it right now! It is a true sign that we are in the middle of summer!
North Carolina is really the best place to hunt down waterfalls. Dry Falls earned its name because you can walk behind it, but I'll be the first one to say that you don't stay dry! Notice the people in the photo and how small they are. That lets you know how large Dry Falls is. [...]
Well my friend Beth might say this is the quintessential photo of the Biltmore House located in North Carolina. The Lion is certainly the one that you see most often and I believe the reason for this is because you cannot (underscore cannot) take photos inside the house. So I guess, people take this photo [...]
This photo was taken at Whiteside Mountain last weekend. I'm looking forward to being in northwest Georgia this weekend and photographing the difference of the color of leaves. This was a wonderful day trip and can be easily reached from Atlanta in a couple of hours—so no worries. The colors were definitely not at their [...]
Yesterday, our group from the church in Toccoa headed up the trail to Whiteside Mountain outside of Highlands, NC. The trail is steep but once we were on top—the view is awesome! I love this photo! Anne's Holly Berry climbing to the top. She loved being on the trail. This dog can hunt! Just one [...]
I'll return to the Outer Banks (OBX). That's a definite. The upper portion is tame, especially the area near Kitty Hawk. But the lower section—the area near Cape Hatteras is so much more natural and wild with beauty. It is hard to take it all in. The name Hattaras was used by the Fort Raleigh [...]
Cocoa Joy beside the Davidson River at Sycamore Flats in North Carolina.
I was back in Waynesville, North Carolina, this past week and notice that someone had posted this message to the heavens above as a prayer perhaps for Christmas. . . . But now since that has come and gone, it must be a prayer for the New Year.