Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – A Glimpse into my World

Welcome to my world along the Georgia coast where I am surrounded by salt water creeks and rivers, salt marsh and a beach on the Atlantic Ocean is only a five minute drive away. Please join me for a glimpse of some of the natural beauty that is in my world.

Birds and Wildlife of Coastal Georgia:

Salt Marsh, Beaches, and Waterways

Sunrises and Sunsets

Flowers and critters in the garden

Wild Georgia Shrimp and Georgia Blue Crabs fresh from the sea.

Many thanks to guest host Sheetal for this week’s Lens Artists photo challenge #135: a Glimpse of my World.

38 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – A Glimpse into my World

  1. You certainly live in a wonderful world. Thanks for introducig me to it. The Georgia coast is still on our bucket list. The only part of Georgia we went to so far is the western part, from Helen via Pickens to Hendersonville/NC. But we really enjoyed that landscape, too: extremely beautiful mountain ranges.

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      1. On that tour, our “RailTrailsRoadTip” in 2018 [https://wp.me/p4uPk8-1ll], it was either that part of gorgeous Georgia OR the coast. We decided on Helen, because we wanted to see that quaint town plus the beautiful surroundings there.


  2. What gorgeous photos you shared for this challenge! This has been a fantastic peek into your world . I had no idea about Georgia except that it was a state . Watching it up close has been a treat. Awesome post!

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  3. It is incredible how similar our worlds are Beth. You and I could simply have exchanged posts this week and no one would have been any the wiser! Beautiful images of many of my favorite creatures and blossoms. I’m envious of your owl though! We had a nest years back that had 3 little owlets but it was VERY high us and my images were terrible. I’ve never seen one since.

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    1. Thank you Tina! I think the same thing when I see your posts with images of Kiawah. I’m not sure if there are bobcats here, though. I frequently hear owls but rarely see them. When that one landed on our dock in the middle of the day I was glad he stayed around long enough for me to get my camera and take a few shots.


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