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Skywatch Friday Stone Mountain in the Fall

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Good-morning kittens and dawgs! I’m delighted you decided to pop in for another visit. If you stopped by last week, I shared Mabry Mill in the fall and I thought I would share another fantastic sky view we enjoyed.

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Stone Mountain view south of Mabry Mill at mile post 232.5

How’s your sky view shaping today?

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~All images captured with my big girl camera ~ Nikon D7000 & preferred lens Nikkor 18-105mm zoom, unless otherwise noted.~

 

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It’s time for Celebrate the small things.

I celebrate…

  • visiting my 93-year Father-in-Law (FIL).
  • that my 93-year FIL looks better than he did a year ago.
  • the wonderful woman, Frances, who cares for my FIL 2-days a week.

Life should be celebrated, even when it seems like you have no reason to celebrate. Just look around, I bet you’ll see something good! What are you celebrating?

One way to celebrate is with  Friendship Friday and Friday Features Linky Party, where you’re sure to make new friends and get lots of inspiration to boot!

That’s a wrap for now, but if you like to dance then I invite you to hop over this Sunday for another edition of Battle of the Bands. Thanks for visiting. Until we meet on the other side of the lens, have a fototastic day!

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Rhododendron in bloom on the BPW #WW

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The rhododendron was at their peak in the lower elevations of the Blue Ridge Parkway when we were there at the end of May. We had hoped to return, since this time but DH’s work schedule has not permitted us to do that.

Interestingly, I noticed last month our neighbors’ rhododendrons looked gorgeous. I didn’t think they would do well in our area, but they looked really nice. I think I want to plant some on the bank in our back yard, so I can say I’d like to wake up in the morning where the rhododendron grow

 

 

Who knew there was a song about rhododendron? Not me! And the lyrics even mention my home state, West Virginia. Isn’t that cool? The whole thought of growing rhododendron in our backyard is for the privacy these dense plants offer but it would be a glorious sight to see from my kitchen window to see their beautiful blooms each morning.


Thanks for stopping by and have a fototastic day! 😉

 

Have a fototastic day!

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