[taken with Nikon D40 at the Newell Lodge near Folkston, GA, February, 2013]
For this Photo Friday, I want to revisit the wonderful daddy-daughter trip I took with Heidi to south Georgia in February. These stately live oaks — Georgia’s state tree — stood outside our cabin, hung with moss, and frequented by hundreds of robins. You can imagine the sound we heard in the morning before I stepped out to take this photo.
Here’s a photo gallery from our trip to south Georgia, including the Okeefenokee Swamp, St. Mary’s, and Savannah.
[photo taken with Nikon D40 at the Newell Lodge, Folkston, GA on February 16, 2013]
Here’s a Photo Friday look at God’s great creation through the lens of my daddy-daughter tour of south Georgia with Heidi last weekend. I’ve taken a bonding trip (aka preventative maintenance) with each of our children during their middle school years.
We stayed at the Newell Lodge in Folkston, Georgia where Heidi enjoyed a trail ride on Star, the mare you see here. A few hours before I took this photo, I witnessed a fascinating sight: hundreds and hundreds of robins feeding on the ground together. From Folkston we toured the Okefenokee Swamp, visited Saint Marys on the coast, and enjoyed some shopping in historic Savannah.
To see a photo gallery of our tour of south Geogia, click the “continue reading” link.