Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Telephoto Tuesday: Canyon Hopping

My mother-in-law and I went on a road trip yesterday to visit a canyon.


Although much smaller than the one out West,
it was still pretty amazing to find this out
in the middle of nowhere.


Then we stopped by a former prisoner-of-war camp and National cemetery.
"Peaceful" is the best word to describe the cemetery today
although it was a place of sadness and death
during the Civil War.


7 comments:

Lisa Gordon said...

What a wonderful way to send the day, Roban.
Your mother-in-law is absolutely beautiful!

I wish you and you family a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Jen said...

Where is it? Beautiful!

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Beautiful photos and scenery. Nice capture of your mother-in-law - such a beautiful smile!

miruspeg said...

Wow what a wonderful canyon, you certainly have captured its beauty, and the outer and inner beauty of your mother-in-law.
It is lovely to "take off" and spend a day with nature.
Be well my friend.
Peggy ♥♥♥

Roban said...

Jen, the canyon is Providence Canyon, a state park in Southwest Georgia. Andersonville is a national historic site not too far from there. Plains, GA, the home of President Jimmy Carter is close by, too.

Roban said...

Thank you, Lisa. I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, too!

Relyn Lawson said...

Your mother in law is absolutely beautiful. I would LOVE to photograph her.