Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Wander to the Wayside - Pt. 2 (Fall photos)

Georgia is beautiful this time of year. This is one season that you realize just how many trees we really have! Most of these photos were taken in the last two weeks, probably duplicates of ones I've posted in other seasons, all within a five mile radius of my house. (Some photos were taken on really overcast days, so I did have to lighten them.) (Also...enlarge for full effect!)(There's a part 1 to this, so when done here, go on to the next post, please!)







Seriously, you have to enlarge this place that's for sale ... I want it! (If it costs less than $100!)


This is the same pond as the third photo from the top ... what a difference a week of frost can make!

I thought I'd stumbled across a run of the mill junk yard stuck out in the country, then quickly realized that it was mostly classic cars.


I always enjoy your company, and look forward to more drives together! (geez, how corny can I get?) (If you keep scrolling, part I (my yard) is next.)

14 comments:

My Aimless Infatuation said...

I just love scenic photos,thats my favorite part of blogging. Wow,you did find an old boneyard of classic cars. Those were the good old days. I see you have a dream house also,funny,I took a picture of my dream house today. Will post it later. Have a good night.

Midlife Jobhunter said...

Yeah, I could live in the house that's for sale.

Looks like your countryside is ready to pop with even more color. I like the photo just above that with the leaves that look like feathers. I like them all. Didn't realize Georgia had such beauty. I've only driven across it on the freeway. Not a fair assessment.

Middle Aged Woman Blogging said...

That pink sky is amazing! I also like the gate at the bottom.... very nice!

glnroz said...

great photos,, a whole line of '57 Chevrolets,, wow,, my first car. I still have your book. I sent email for address, but not sure if I had right email address. If you send on commentI will delete after I send book.. me

Michele Renee said...

I loved your photos. Do you think that this week is prime for color? It has really started to pop where I am in GA--next week may be better yet. I love how you can see the mountains where you are.

Lorna said...

Oh it sure is pretty there! Growing up we visited family for Thanksgiving in Walnut Grove, Georgia, and I remember lots of red clay, digging for quartz crystals, and lovely fall landscapes. That farm for sale reminds me of some land in Couer d'Alene Idaho--nature totally rocks.

Ginger said...

It is really beautiful there. The first photo makes me want to hop in the car and drive that road.
I love country scenes.
Is that place really for sale for under $100? or was it supposed to be $100,000?
The old cars do kind of look like a junk yard at first glance. But worth some money.
You've got to take more pictures of your area...it's really neat.
I want to move there right now. lol.

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Beautiful photos! Now I really must visit Georgia...

Missy said...

Beautiful photos! I love the one of the sky....it looks very peaceful around where you live....I would love it. :)

Timoteo said...

You can't beat fall...unless it's spring! Nice photos.

Anita said...

All beautiful and interesting pics. Thanks for sharing some of Georgia!
Blessings.

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Oz Girl said...

*singing Georgia On My Mind*

Beautiful photos. I posted a dream house pic recently too, I think it's on my photo blog -- in the Flint Hills of Kansas. I love your dream house, the ideal horse property with that awesome white fence.

Have a great Sunday, and hope you're getting adjusted to the time change. Our dogs woke us up at 4:52 this morning. Ugh.

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