I recently hiked the River Loop Trail at The Tugaloo Bend History Center (about a mile and a half) by myself except for Buddy, the resident dog, who went along for the joy of it. To his credit, he stayed with me the entire time except when he disappeared occasionally to chase a crazy squirrel [...]
I've come to realize cows have personality! For example a couple of weeks ago, I was photographing my favorite herd and I noticed a little bit of jealousy brewing. The girl to the right caught my eye but also noticed that I'm photographing the girl closest to me. Mmmmm . . . . Before [...]
I continue to be amazed at this rose bush from the Antique Rose Emporium. For two years, it has bloomed like crazy—no matter the season. It's also trying to take over the front corner of the house and I'm just letting it do it. It is so pretty!
Lenea came by the house this past week bearing gifts and friendship. She gave me a challenge and that was to start doing photography around the house, especially during this time of treatment and recovery. So I took the challenge and before the tiredness set in for the day, I went out this morning and [...]
Some posts really don't need to have a lot of words attached to them. My summer is fading fast and I have yet to have an opportunity to enjoy it. Operations, healing, and treatments fill my days. You can't hold back what God has ordained to take place. Soon the rustle of fall will come [...]
We went on a small hunt yesterday to find cows in Stephens County. I know this should be an easy task and it is. I know where "my" cows hang out. We just wanted to find some new ones that I had not photographed before and we accomplished that goal! Anne asked a farmer, who [...]
I once had a friend who loves Mimosa trees. She would tell me how she thought they equaled to pure summer moments. I remember these trees best from going to Florida with my family. It just seems like it belongs to that state's landscape. But now I see them everywhere in northeast Georgia. This particular [...]
I'm still photographing flowers at Currahee Gardens and think these are beautiful. I wish I could remember the names! I believe this is a type of Queen Anne's Lace (wild carrot) is called Dara. Just beautiful! These Straw flowers had closed up for the day because of the rain. My camera was in love with [...]