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Another Cold Morning at Crawfish Spring

Last week I went on a broad-sweeping photography adventure through multiple places.  I wasn’t intending to make this first stop at Crawfish Creek, but as I passed through the downtown Chickamauga area I was taken aback by the sunrise through the morning mist and quickly added an impromptu stop for the day.   40 more words

Photography

I Met Angels on Lookout Mountain

It was snowing last April when we arrived at our cottage in Michigan after driving our new 17-foot Casita travel trailer from Florida.  I was expecting lilics and cherry blossoms and I only lasted three snowy days before  I told my husband I was heading back to Florida.  770 more words

Freezing to Death in the Early Morning: Chickamauga National Battlefield

Early morning mid-December, I had the brave idea to get up before dawn on my day off and freeze half my face off for some sweet megapixels.  Here are the results!

Photography

Writing creatively in dreams

(Written 26 Dec 2014)

Dear All,

When Siobhan Mulligan recently told me that she had enrolled to do a course in creative writing at Berry College in Rome, Georgia, (USA), it struck me as a marvellous way to start a career as a writer. 747 more words

History And Social Issues

Christmas Photo A Day: Day 11- Blessings

Today was filled with blessings in North Georgia.  A particular blessing was being welcomed to the holiday luncheon and gift exchange of the Presbyterian Women of Chickamauga,  a fantastic group of ladies that know how to do mission and ministry and how to have fun together.   101 more words

Rebecca Blackwell

The Joy and Sadness of Archibald Gracie

Brigadier General Archibald Gracie was an unlikely Confederate general: a New Yorker by birth and pedigree. Gracie’s family was prominent in New York City from the Colonial era on. 420 more words

Leadership--Confederate