Lens-Artists #117: A Photo Walk

For this photo challenge Amy has asked us to share a photo walk. I chose a selection of images from three walks made in the same place.

We made a few trips to middle Georgia this spring and summer. We like to spend time on the land where my grandfather had a dairy farm almost 100 years ago.

I always enjoy walking around the property and love to see how the landscape changes with the seasons.

The above images were on a walk in early spring when the bunnies were out and the honeysuckle was blooming.

Many wildflowers bloom in the summer and the wild blackberries are ripe enough to pick.

In early September the fruit of the sour oranges (not good to eat), persimmons, and winged sumac were ripe and wildflowers were blooming around the edges of the woods.

Thanks to Amy for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #117: Photo Walk.

16 thoughts on “Lens-Artists #117: A Photo Walk

  1. Beth, what an awesome job you did with these wildflowers – they’re beautiful and you’ve captured them really well. Not so easy, especially if the sun is shining. Great post.

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  2. Such a special walk through your grandfather had a dairy farm. A beautiful gallery of nature. Fun to see the bunny and enjoy wildflowers, and berries. Thank you for taking us along, Beth.

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  3. Hi, Beth. i love your knowledge of the plants. I am always scrambling and looking at Google, trying to figure out the names of the plants and flowers! It must be great to go back to a place where you have such deep history. I love that. Thanks for sharing this.

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  4. I enjoyed your walk during the three seasons. The next time you come across those sour oranges, pick some. They make a wonderful marinade…especially good when making roasted pork.

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