One of my favorite places to visit is Tallulah Gorge. I always titled my posts of this area “Living above the Rim.” But that was when I was living only twenty minutes away. This day, the winter shadows were long and the gorge was dark. It was an expected view though I always forget that the Gorge has seasons and this was it’s winter. Thankfully, we were able to pull some photos out even though we were there late in the afternoon.
The Gorge was so dark and wintery that I focused on its greens where birds and other animals find shelter from the wind and cold. These are sheltering trees. . . . short needle pines that bring a steadiness to the landscape and to my heart.