Mother's garden is always beautiful. She is in her '80's and still out in it every day. She says it keeps her young. Celebrating Daddy's Day!
I'm still chasing sunsets. Last night it was raining when I took this photo. Raining on the left side (thus the darkness) and sun shining on the right. You can see a "pass" in the center of the lake that leads to even more backwater, streams, and mountain coves.
Right now, the river near Yonah Dam is laced with Mimosa Trees. This is a photo of a small creek that feeds into the larger river. It was taken later in the evening and because the area is surrounded by small mountains sunlight fades quickly. I'll probably go back and take another photo only earlier [...]
I absolutely love it when friends from Atlanta visit. Without fail, Toccoa Falls is always a true surprise to them. It's 186 feet high, and I never take it for granted. Every time I see it, I think: "Wow, this really is beautiful." Judy and her sister Carolyn thought so, too.
Maybe you look at this photo and want to write your own story. Perhaps if C. S. Lewis was here he would read a chapter to us from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. He might even read the ending to the chapter titled: Peter's First Battle. "Then, after a bit, Susan came down [...]
I really don't know what to say about this photo except it is so rich looking that I feel like I could take a bite of it. It is like a fluffy wedding cake with fabulous butter icing. I tried to soften the blues, but there was no way to change what the camera did [...]
I have driven out to the lake several times over these last few weeks in search of the perfect sunset. I thought I had captured it the other night, but I had a "doggie nose print" on my uv filter (wonder where that came from Chipley?) so the bottom half of every photograph was blurred. [...]
I just had to post one photo from this weekend's trip to the Smoky Mountains in North Carolina. This was taken at Newfound Gap in the late afternoon. It seems that it is always windy at the gap, or at least whenever I'm there it is. And there are always clouds—lots of clouds. Dead center [...]