A Creek Runs By It (fog Fall+colors flowers trains trees ). Photo by SunsetSailor

A Creek Runs By It

Uploaded by: SunsetSailor

Tuesday December 3, 2013

Nahunta, GA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Moist fog deepens the wild flower color during our peak fall foliage which usually occurs the week of Thanksgiving.


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Image Description: rail road,fall,colors,color,fog,foggytracks,stream,ditch,treelpine, flowers,green,yellow,grass,orange,brown, travel,rail,rails,calling, alure,departure,southern,south eastern,georgia,sun flowers,foliage

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Copyright: Laura M Ragland / Brunswick,GA (Photographer) - (Editor)

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About SunsetSailor


I love the water, rivers, oceans, muddy marshes - all of it. I especially love being out there in natural world. Obviously lots of you do too. Which is one of the reasons I love this site so much. Thank you all so much for your time and effort to visually share your part of the world with us. And thank you in advance for your honest feedback, which I always learn from, and your kind commentary applause, which always motivates me to get out and shoot more photos.Laura (Sunsetsailor)

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