An exploration of the Chattahoochee Valley through the camera lens. The tri-city community consists of Phenix City, Alabama; Columbus, Georgia; and Fort Benning, Georgia. I hope you enjoy your visit.
It reminds me of an Anne Rice novel. Nice photo.
Neat! (Am I the only one who still says that?) Spanish moss dripping like that reminds me of the south. Funny Randy said "an Ann Rice novel" I was going to say "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"
I have to say that I love yesterday's photo. Today's is kind of dreamy dreamland, very nice.
It also grows on the water oaks down here...awful stuff. It's a fungus! The Indians used it for a variety of things. Early "white" settlers used it to stuff mattresses, but that was a big mistake as it contains lots of little biting bugs!I think it kills trees, but I've a tree man say no. But I think he's wrong...I've seen some very nice trees enveloped in the stuff which then died!
Me again. Your "addicting" comment was right on! I've spent way too much time playing with the damn thing since I got it. And I still haven't learned most of what I need to know!
I love this picture! It's just gorgeous and like a painting..
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