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On the coast of South Carolina and throughout the Deep South, Lowcountry houses and live oak trees make good matches. And sometimes you don’t see one without the other. Live oaks (so called because they are the only variety to … Continue reading
Sometimes being alone doesn’t literally mean ALONE. Sometimes solitude is carving out me-time in the midst of worldly things. For more expressions of solitude, move quietly and singularly to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitude and check ’em out.
A recent Knoxville event, Chef’s Table Tour, came with a surprise . . . an unexpected one. After strolling downtown sidewalks listening to bits of history from our guide, we ducked into Clancy’s Tavern & Whisky House ready for good food … Continue reading
For me, going to the beach restores my soul. Even a quick view of the ocean renews my faith in life and living. The resiliency of sand and shore is something I rely upon. For me, it’s always been there. … Continue reading
It’s a new term for me, this “transmogrify.” But learning a new word can be fun, especially if it’s the theme of a weekly photo challenge from WordPress. Transmogrify means “To change in appearance or form, especially strangely or grotesquely; transform.” So … Continue reading
It’s our guess that all across America this time of year farmers are busy. (Well, aren’t they always?) It’s just that instead of being consumed by harvest chores and all, they’re leading folks through corn mazes, selling apple cider, and … Continue reading
Sometimes you wish water could talk. Like when you’re touring Hearst Castle, and you stand in awe of the elegantly tiled room with placid pools mirroring the ambiance of times gone by. What could that water describe? Early-morning swims by … Continue reading
Just an ordinary pond bordered by corn fields near a farmhouse in Flat Rock, North Carolina. Still waters on a still morning. Until the geese arrived. And changed the mirror just by being there. For more entries in the Daily Post … Continue reading
Nature does some pretty great framing on its own. Just think how creatively we can see the world through wind-carved arches in Utah or a grove of trees in Cades Cove, Tennessee, or a pile of rocks on the Dingle … Continue reading