I have visited Sapelo Island before. In fact the last time I was there, Yvonne Grover was my guide as she was again this time. Since my last visit, the lighthouse has been completely restored. Once hidden among island trees and under growth, it is now visible and very accessible. The ferry ride over takes [...]
Even a rainy day can be beautiful. I drove up to the gorge quickly on Saturday just to see if there were low hanging clouds over the area. I wasn't the only photographer to brave the rainy weather with a camera.
It was hard to past this view and not stop and linger long—very long. There's not too much to say or add to this photo except that I didn't want to leave. Both were taken at the Jekyll Island Club.
Last week, I came home from a trip only to discover that deer had descended on my pansies. A couple blooms survived the attack only because they were too small to be eaten. (Notice the perfectly chewed off stems in the photo above.) A day later, the two blooms opened and began to grow. Lorrine, [...]
It is a rainy, cozy day in northeast Georgia. The Chattahoochee River in this photo seems very powerful as it rushes over a small dam.
The live oaks in Savannah are losing their leaves and new ones are appearing. It is springtime in coastal Georgia!
I have a feeling that a lot of people have taken this same photo and turned it into a black and white. There really isn't anything new under the sun. And after we had been walking for an hour on the beach in the sun, it was time for one of the best things—an ice [...]
A favorite thing to do on St. Simons Island is to go to the village pier at sunset and watch the fishermen pull in Whiting and other fish. The guy on the right asked the fisherman, "What are you catching?" The answer was "Whiting," to which the guy asked again, "Okay. So,what are you catching?" [...]