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spanish moss

Jul 312014
 

When I arrived at the Okefenokee swamp it had grown overcast and was approaching dark.  There was hardly anyone around and it was quite muggy.  Just a couple hours to explore its mystery.  And mysterious it was.  Maybe it was the ominous weather, but it truly was a bit spooky.  Perfect.  I managed to get around and walk through the brush and along the trails when I ran into this old homestead.  Nobody around.  It could have been 100 years ago.  Maybe they were off looking for alligator meat.

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Mar 272014
 

Though I’m not a classical morning person, I really enjoy getting up before the sun rises when shooting photos is first on my agenda.  That first light of the morning is usually so amazing and pure.  It’s often quiet too which I like.  Here, I’m wandering around a Savannah, Georgia neighborhood and Forsythe Park watching the day come alive, admiring the dedicated joggers, watching the moss grow.  My kind of meditation.

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