Aren't these guys just too cute?! Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes, sir, yes, sir, Three bags full!
We started out taking photos in beautiful Rabun County. Blue sky started peeking through on the way to the Highlands. Did I say Highlands as in Highlands, North Carolina? Why would I attempt such a trip on a snowy, icy day. The highway to Highlands was clear in spots and in other spots—not so much. [...]
This past Saturday was cold, cold, cold in the mountains, but we had fun and stayed warm. On our way to all points north, we stopped and took photos of what else? Cows! No surprise there! We even had time for a quick trip to a nearby Starbucks. Yes, thanks to Ingles, we have a [...]
I have never noticed these rocks on the campus of Toccoa Falls, but this winter is so clear and the rains so heavy, that things that were once hidden are now exposed!
I have several pairs of Cardinals around the house and they rarely, if ever, let me take their photo. This morning one decided to pose for the camera. Thank you Mr. Cardinal! "You are beautiful in the snow!"
I love Camellias. The guy that does my yard in Toccoa has managed to cut down the small plant my mother rooted for me twice! Finally, I placed a tomato cage over it and now it is thriving. This is not that Camellia. I have some time to go before it will bloom, but it [...]
Here I am posing with Cocoa before going on a short, cold hike near Tallulah Gorge. She's still my baby dog! Or that is what I tell her. (Smile) Chip, who is all boy, wanted to see the water and then thought it was scarrrry! Isn't he just the cutest cow dog alive? This is [...]
We're in the "dead" of winter. Very few leaves are left clinging to anything after all the rain and the storms. The land is quiet, still, and waiting for the return of spring. I'm waiting, too! Our oaks look like black lace against grey skies. They are sleeping and like Lucy Pevensie in C. S. [...]