My sister-in-law who recently passed (see my last post), I like to dedicate these photos I took the day after her passing.
It was one of those photo series that seem to be serendipitous, a combination of a hunch, and plain dumb luck. I was in Georgia last week where my hopes for early spring weather were dashed with a record cold weather that was gripping the Eastern US.
I knew in the hills, near where I was staying, had gotten a glazing from snow and freezing rain so with some time on my hands I drove to a near by state park (Fort Mountain State Park) and as I drove higher the landscape starting to show some winter coating. I was about to turn around since the roads were getting slick, but hung on until I got to the campground entrance. Glad I did, it as pretty an winter landscape I have had seen in all my years in the tundra of the Northern US.
Sara was a enuthasist and supporter of my work and will miss one of my small circle of fans. Here’s to your memory.