Unfortunately, Sandi is crossing my travel plans in the south. I drove straight up to Cherokee from Beaufort, South Carolina, last night and hope to spend a day here before returning to Washington, earlier than planned. Storm and snow forecasts make it wise to do so (and yes, it was warm enough in SC take a tip in the ocean, were it not for the strong waves foreboding of the storm to come). Cheers,Merisi
You are exceptionally good at what you do, but you also capture light brilliantly. I am no good with yellows and avoid trying to photograph them...lovely merisi~
That's way too bright of a yellow for me.
Beautiful pictures of America. I'd like to visit one day.
That's definitely a sunny, bright way to start the day, Merisi! Fun capture! Hope you're enjoying your trip! Have a great day!
I sure wish I'd realized you were here, Merisi....I'd love to meet you in person. Off to canvas for Dem votes now in Arlington. xoxo/Susan
Sassy Sunflowers - Lives up to its name.Please stay away from the angry Sandy path.
Wow, what a yellow!
How strange is this??? I was just at the Sassy Sunflower for the first time a couple of weeks ago.It was wonderful and I will go back. Do you know that the road into the Smokies (Hwy 441) is closed now. There is almost 3 feet of snow at Newfound Gap/Mt LeConte area. Not much where I am at lower elevation in Cosby TN. I hope we get views of the snow covered mountains today. Love your photos of our beautiful area, but also of the beach, my second love. Have fun and be safe.Mary Anne in Cosby
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