Winter cypress times two.
Overcast sky reflected on water.
Georgia pig roasters. You pick the one with the
Genetic engineering finally yields a hog with
three hams. This one was the guest of honor at the Joyce's annual-or-so backyard pig
From the right vantage point, pigs and elephants
look a lot alike.
Birthday pound cake that arrived in the mail.
A garter snake found lounging in the street.
The very first thing it did when I picked it up was to squirt about a dozen drops of
very powerful, very funky-smelling musk. Fortunately, only one drop hit me.
It was the largest grub I've ever seen, a bit
larger than the first two digits of my ring finger. The chickens fought over it for
nearly five minutes. Yep, that's willow pattern.
Eggs just don't come any fresher than this.
The dark ones are Wellsummer hen eggs. Prince Charles raises them, too.
The nest box is lined with longleaf pine needles and spanish moss - poultry poetry.
Adrift on a sea of palmetto and scrub oak.
After 30 years, she's acquired the same fire darkened black and soft lichen
grey-green that decorates the trees.
Starfish and sand shadow.
St. Ruby of St. Teresa Beach. The halo was
Silage silos or a secret ICBM launch site in the
Florida panhandle. The cow is there for security reasons.
Poseidon nuclear submarine, with taxpayers.
She's departing King's Bay, through the pass between Cumberland Island and
They must have been doing at least 300 kts. when
they came through the surf.
Why, sure it's expensive. But when you're
dealing in a tourism-driven market environment with a short-duration seasonal sales
distribution, you have to recover your overhead with a limited unit volume of product.
Beaver pond built adjacent to a culvert running
beneath the highway. Near Aline, Georgia but close to almost nothing
One family's memorial to the September
11attacks. Decatur, Georgia.