Our Harvest Fest took place this weekend and there was plenty for everyone to do. I was especially interested in the Native American Indians who performed on the main stage.
Years ago, I would walk my dog Buffy here. I began to call this area, "Where the squirrels live." On the weekends when it was time to go for a walk, I would look at her and say, "Do you want to go for a walk where the squirrels live?" and she would go nuts. [...]
I love this time of the year, and Thursday was an awesome day at the falls. We spent most of the day photographing it and the area around it. It's very dramatic and usually the star of the show. In fact, it's hard to upstage it. I've attended weddings at the falls, and I always [...]
I caught a glimpse of a soaring bird above Toccoa Falls yesterday. They love to glide along with the air current above the gorge area and the weather was perfect for this very thing. All week the temperatures have been in the high '70's, but cooler weather begins today. Looking back, we spent most of [...]
Yesterday I walked up to the falls with our director of landscaping, and we were talking about how beautiful the leaves are this year. The summer was hot and dry but that has just made the colors more brilliant. We both were reminded of the fact that leaves are their prettiest when they are dying. [...]
Wonder what Joseph's coat of many colors looked like? I believe there are times when God smiles at us!
This type of "art work" really drives me crazy. It's everywhere in the mountains, and it's also hard to photograph! In Atlanta, this would simply be road debris.
This past weekend went so quickly, but I wanted to post at least one photo of the beautiful yellow leaves that are covering the mountains of north Georgia. Reds are there, too, but for some reason (probably the drought) the yellows have been especially beautiful.