When it comes to nice weather in northeast Georgia, yesterday was over the top! I took this photo from the bridge that crosses the Chattooga River on the Georgia side in Rabun County. And here is a photo of some of the people who were with me—great looking group of folks! I'm sorry that Sharon [...]
I have to admit that I love photographing the country in the winter. Without leaves you can see the character of the trees whether they are small or large.
The trout streams are beautiful in northeast Georgia. Last Saturday, Cocoa joy and I drove down one of our favorite roads that runs alongside this beautiful stream. And are there trout in these streams? Oh, yes! The guy beside me had some bread and he began tossing it into the water. Who would have thought [...]
The truth about why we like cows. . . . They never laugh when you have a bad hair day.
I may actually be winning the battle when it comes to posting a photo of Tallulah Gorge that shows the extreme depth of the area. Here's the latest taken this past weekend with no harsh winter sun. The Tallulah River runs through the center of the gorge.
In England, there are dreamy spires atop colleges and religious buildings. But in northeast Georgia, all we have are "dreamy" gates that guard and protect vast fields where cows roam and graze. It is too bad that our fields are nothing like the ones in the Cotswolds, where you are welcomed by unlocked gates beckoning [...]
I assured my friend Mary Erna that we could "hitch" the dogs to the fence at the top of the gorge, and they would be fine partly because we were right there with them, and we also were the ones that had treats and water in our possession. (There is no way Cocoa Joy would [...]
Today was warm, relaxing, and whimsical. The kind of days that is full of wonder. I wish I could have brought my dinner party group home with me. The friendship and good conversation continues . . . .