I had my water camera with me at the pool which was pretty fun. You can take photos from different angles. Anne was trying to read but the weather was way too hot to last long without going into the pool. Pat enjoying the pool and the sun. Love this shot and it was taken [...]
The days have been full of sunshine but the evenings have sent us running from one thunderstorm to another. But the light show at sunset is pretty dramatic! Looking back from Captiva Island to Sanibel Island.
I held my breath when I took these photos. Yes, I had a slightly longer lens but it was not that long and I knew the horses were watching me. I was caught up in their eyes . . . the eyes behind the wild and unkept manes. The horse above this one is not [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
We were on our way over to Cumberland Island a few weeks ago when I took this photo. The weather was a lot warmer there than it is now in north Georgia. Love this picture of Pat and Sharon, who have been friends since childhood. Two of my friends. God has truly blessed me in [...]
Instantly when you step off the ferry and onto Cumberland Island, you sense that you're in a very special place. Some guy told us it was magical, and I guess in the C. S. Lewis scheme of life: it is magical! Aslan could definitely find a home here. It is certainly unlike anything you see [...]
This area is on the outskirts of Historic Jamestown, Virginia. This is the place where 104 British colonists landed after sailing up the James River on May 13, 1607. Their story of struggle and death in an effort to establish a colony in what became known as America is pretty sobering. Most who came were [...]