Vacationing in the Paris Market on Broughton St., Savannah, GA. If you ever have been in this store once, then you would know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s almost like you are visiting another country, another way of seeing … Continue reading
Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina, Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center is the location of the latest edition to my series on lakes. In October 2009,
My chocolate photos come from the preparation of the anniversary celebration with my partner of 4 years back in March of 2014. I like to surprise him, and surprise him I did. I live in Savannah, Georgia and right off Broughton Street … Continue reading
Rose garden at Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church near the beautiful riverwalk along the Savannah River located in Augusta, Georgia. Please visit NealEnjoy.com to see more.
Look up they say, see the blue skies, the beauty of the rainbow, birds soaring on high. The heavens are all displayed with the beauty of God’s glory. Sometimes, I think, the beauty we need to see is at our … Continue reading
I decided to repost pictures that I used in an earlier post because they best fit the subject of the challenge – refraction. Strolling through Historic Savannah’s Ellis Square, I captured what could be the quintessential images of summer childhood … Continue reading
Morning light through my bedroom window. WordPress Daily Photo Challenge “Refraction“
Refraction. Captured in its best light, The Wormsloe Fountain is a stunning centerpiece of Columbia Square, in Historic Savannah, Georgia. The Fountain By: James Russell Lowell Into the sunshine, Full of the light, Leaping and flashing From morn till night! Into … Continue reading
I just love seeing skyscrapers against a blue sky! I also love the Atlanta skyline. It’s a beautiful day so look up!
Sunday morning’s walk took on a new yet familiar feel, as an old friend, welcomed again, greeted me. Hey Autumn; Hey Robert! An Autumn Stroll. Cool was the morning air, crisp and vibrant, magical. Leaves on sidewalks, stalks from corn, … Continue reading