Winter is here! The mountains are getting dark earlier and the glow of familiar places and people are like beacons of love that send out messages of welcome to our hearts. In a couple of weeks, these windows will be covered with Christmas wreaths. I'm almost ready for that.
Chipley loves lambs. He whines and begs them to come closer. He also loves brown cows, but I can't say the same about black cows. I think it is an "eye thing"! He can't see the eyes of a black cow clearly so he does his "ruuuufff" thing that means I'm about to go into a [...]
Cocoa Joy looking up at me. Such a faithful dog. Sunset at Cheatham Hill Battlefield near Kennesaw Mountain. Chip looks down at what is called Dead Angle. He's not looking for anything more than deer, and he sees them. They are tiny dots in this photo. He's such a good looking boy even with his [...]
While hiking on Cumberland, I came up on a table outside of one of the houses where island staff live. I couldn't help but photograph the table that was filled with "collectables." Then I couldn't help myself when it came to "collecting" Jim's photo as he was drinking from one of the island's only water fountains. As [...]
Glorious sky! When I lived in northeast Georgia, Sunday afternoons were a favorite. I would pack up the dogs and drive up into the mountains. This past Saturday I got to repeat what I loved doing so much and the dogs were with me along with friends. This shot was taken just before sunset as [...]
Wow! What a Live Oak! It is in the interior of the island and one of the largest Live Oaks I have ever seen or tried to photograph. Notice how it is fairly straight up but the ones along the coast lean from the constant coastal winds. This photo was taken around noon and the [...]
The light on Cumberland Island is dramatic. I knew midday light would be harsh but what do you do when you are not spending the night in a tent in one of the two or three primitive campgrounds? You make the most of it and just take photos anyway. But look at the difference three [...]
Cumberland Island: I looked up and saw my group walking along one-by-one led by Jim. Note the wild horses in the background. This is the scene we had just sat and watched a few minutes earlier and the thought of the two images made me laugh.