15 February 2009

Maxfield Parrish Lighting

We found this seed pod, on a walk of course. It
looks like something from outer space.
The lighting was amazing the other night. The
evening looked like it was waiting to be painted
by Maxfield Parish.
One of our lovely trees.

About half of my current crop of Camellias look
normal, the rest were caught, at their peak, by
the frost. They are perfect, but for the color.
This stately old tree guards the entrance to my

My old barn, again. I just love to photograph it.

Can you see the cat? This is natural. I don't know
why this tree was cut. It is next to the road where
we walk.
I will admit to being a bit of a spoiled gourmet. The
kind folks at Earth Fare in Augusta make it even easier.
Their cheese counter looks like something you might
find in Europe and they are happy to let you taste
before you buy. They make it easy to be brave about
trying new things.
More Goodies!
Jennifer, the Specialty Manager, is knowledgeable
about all the cheeses and she is teaching her staff
well. Have I praised them enough? The cheese
really is that good.
We should try something new often. It is good for us.
If not cheese, go try something else new.
Have fun and have a great week.

1 comment:

  1. Love the format your using for the photos these days!
    You're making me hungry for some good cheese...


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