This area of the state has lots of older bridges—bridges that once carried rumbling old cars across them. This one spans the Tallulah River. I love the black and white detail with a touch of something.
Just a little bit of a Christmas feel to these leave. They were so eye-catching!
Wow, the colors of fall are really popping out this week. Last Sunday our hiking group went to the Tallulah River area. I took this photo while standing on rocks above the gorge area. Then Kate and Cocoa wanted to jump from rock to rock in an effort to get closer to the water. I'm [...]
We're still waiting for fall color to canvas our area. I have heard that North Carolina is beautiful so I believe it's headed our way and this coming weekend will be the one to head out with the camera. Until then, I'll just have to be satisfied to post the few photos I have of [...]
Wow! Yesterday I had an opportunity to see my cousins on my Dad's side of the family for the first time in years. We were once scattered from north to south. Rosalyn lived in Jacksonville, Florida with her family; and Debbie (Madden) and her family were in Miami; and Georgia grew up in Ohio. I [...]
I was at Lake Burton again last week and noticed the trees around the edge of the water were turning yellow. I'm going to take more photos of the colors of fall in the mountains, but I thought it would be fun just to toss in a black and white. Happy Saturday!
Look at Chip. He seems so small against this beautiful backdrop. Since his last "near fatal" swimming incident, he has not offered to go back in the water. That is something that makes me very happy. On this last trip to Hemlock Falls, he concentrated on just being a trail dog. I really liked Evan's [...]
We have a couple of favorite hikes because they are well traveled trails and because they are just so beautiful. This one, near Moccasin Creek State Park, is one of those areas. Hemlock Falls is perfectly located in a wild but gorgeous area of northeast Georgia. Our group had a great time hiking the shorter [...]