Blooming today after several days of off-and-on rain in Northeast Georgia…
Tag: Northeast Georgia
Pocket of joy: Red-bellied woodpecker at the feeder
My “pocket of joy” today was the red-bellied woodpecker at the bird feeder. I don’t feed the birds in the summer or early autumn because bears get into the bird seed and tear up the feeders. We had a warm autumn, and people kept reporting bear sightings, so I only recently set up my feeders….
Pocket of Joy: The view from my porch in the golden hour
“Grief makes you feel like you’re going crazy,” or so says the author of a blog post on the website whatsyourgrief.com. And the added stress of helping care for an elderly parent, mixed with grief over losing one’s spouse, can amplify the craziness. So I need my “pockets of joy,” like this soft-focus view from…
Blooming today, the last day of October, one solitary rose. I drove to my father’s mountain cabin today to check on the aftermath of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Zeta and was surprised by this single rose in bloom by the old fence. “There is simply the rose; it is perfect in every moment of its existence.” (Ralph…
A Photo a Week Challenge: Peaceful Place
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Festival of Leaves, 2019 – Week 9 – Color on Yonah Mountain
We have what is called a seasonal view of Yonah Mountain here, meaning we can’t see it at all during the summer, but it’s lovely in the autumn and winter. I took these photos in the late afternoon today from just outside our front door. Again this autumn, Dawn at The Day After is hosting the weekly Festival…
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Water
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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Bridges
Bridges of Northeast Georgia Bridge over Town Creek Over Tallulah Gorge Bridge over Chickamauga Creek Stovall Mill Covered Bridge “We build too many walls and not enough bridges.”Isaac Newton See more bridges or join the fun here.
Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: In the Distance
Unicoi Lake See more in the distance or join Cee’s challenge here.
Because of the topography where I live, we rarely see the moon from our house. We live surrounded by woods in the Northeast Georgia mountains, and by the time the moon rises high enough in the sky to be seen above the trees at night, I am already in the bed asleep. However, the day…