“One of life's gifts is that each of us, no matter how tired and downtrodden, finds reasons for thankfulness: for the crops carried in from the fields and the grapes from the vineyard.”
The late afternoon sun casts it's light upon the vines, slowly persuading the grapes to yield their sweet juices.
Hezie's truck in front of the barn - AND NO AIR BAGS BABY!
The sun, with all those planets revolving around it and dependent upon it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else in the world to do. ~Galileo
In the vineyard
Montaluce: Mountain of Light
# 1~This Old House was a Stagecoach Stop
Shall We Dance, My Lady...
I Think I Can, I Think I Can...
Is This My Best Side, or ...
You Wanta' Piece of Me?
Just Eat It, Don't Play With It.
Big Blue on the Wing
Reflections in the Grass
Belted Kingfisher (female, I think)
...Who's the Fairest of Them All?
Old House on Wahsega (different angle)
Who Goes There?
My 65 Falcon Sprint, November '09
Engine of the 2010 Ridler Award Winner "Gold Digger"
Cane Creek Falls, Cane Creek, Camp Glisson, Lumpkin County, Georgia 2
Scenic view from Amicalola Lodge
Cane Creek Falls
God in His goodness sent the grapes, to cheer both great and small; little fools will drink too much, and great fools not at all.
The forest throught the trees
Ducks and Geese on Pond
Amicalola Falls Photographed July 20, 2015
Dusk at the vineyard.
Helen Halloween Weekend 2009-87
Smallest of 3 Falls Etowah