Back in the Saddle
This Thanksgiving holiday had on the road, something we haven't done for a few years. My husband's siblings decided to converge at my brother-in-law's house located on St. Simon's Island, Georgia.
Gosh, such a hardship for us.
Days of beach combing, sunshine, and warm weather, not to mention good food and family.
First we had to make the drive, which took us through the devastation being caused by the forest fires. This picture is the smoke, hanging in the air, in North Carolina.
After a few traffic jams, we finally made it to our sunny destination.
I spent a couple of days trying to photograph two Springer Spaniels at the beach. I was not successful. Their enthusiasm for chasing birds was quicker than my camera.
This horseshoe crab was slowly making its way across the rocks. It was moving at my kind of photographic speed.
But, alas, my days of sunny weather have come to an end.
I awoke to frosty farmland and my breath hanging in the air.
I'm lovin' it.