Tuesday, December 22, 2009

December in Baja Georgia

This might be my last post of the year and I didn't want to leave you with anything political or... well, let's say off-color, so I thought I would share some photos taken this week in Baja Georgia.
This also concludes six months of blogging and a heartfelt thanks to each of you for your kindness and friendship. It's been a blast.
Merry Christmas and the best New Year ever... ya'll!
From the downtown Riverwalk
At the Farmer's Market
A Reenactment
At the Zoo


  1. Awesome shots!
    Visiting farmers' markets is a favorite thing to do of mine in the summer.

    Your picture makes everything look so delicious, and I'm wistful because there's 6 inches of snow out my window right now. And no markets.

    Have a happy holiday, Mr, C.

  2. I have to second JenJen - apart from the 6 inches of snow thing. Always fascinating to see where people are writing from.

    Have a marvellous Christmas and holiday.

  3. Great photos. Especially love the first few and the last one. Happy Festivus!

  4. Beautiful shots! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. :)

  5. Merry Christmas Mr. Charleston. The photos are just great. I've so enjoyed getting to know you a little bit these last 6 months and look forward to more in the New Year. Enjoy your time with your family.

  6. I love the first photo.

    Presumably your the one in the yellow t-shirt at the farmers' market. Right? Crumbs, you look a bit different than what I imagined.

  7. I think you tinted the blue in the first two shots because they seem deeper than my sky blue which makes them off color. But have a good one Mr. C...

  8. JenJen... I love the market as well. We go there about once a week. Very eclectic now with Mexican, Cuban and Vietnamese added to the mix.

    Matthew, Heidi... ditto

    Sherry, thanks for stopping by and for you kind remarks. Please don't be a stranger.

    Peach, you're a sweetheart, but everybody knows that.

    Mo... yes, that's me. You caught the Tater.

    WM... no, not tinted, simply deep exposure. Of course, there are so many things in the electronic age that affect color, not the least of which is your monitor, each of which is a little bit different. Also, blues tend to bloom on monitors. Have a happy. See you on the flip side.

  9. Walking Man... forgot to mention the polarizer filter.

  10. Merry Christmas and a very happy new year to you too! I have so enjoyed playing a small role in your 2009 blogging experience.

  11. Have a Merry, Mr. C! If you get tired of all that sunshine, there's still plenty of winter wonderland up here in Bubbaville & environs.

  12. awww Mr. C, nice place! Merry Christmas from good ole Kentuck'!

  13. Hope you had a good Christmas, look forward to more of your yarns.

  14. okay Mr. C, snap out of it! time to blogup!

  15. Well, I guess I need to catch up. So at this date best I can come up with is...Merry Christmas 2010, C. Oh, and thanks for the photos of home. I enjoyed the cry (-6 F at this moment and soaring up to +3 later today).

  16. As that you are into photography, I thought that you may be interested in a monthly blog posting called “5 on the fifth” where You can either take 5 random pictures of anything that happens to you on the 5th of the month(or the days leading up to it) or perhaps go for my suggested theme - which this month is Water.

    Just post your pictures on your own blog and then post a comment on MY blog (on the 5th) with your name, location and link to your site – I then update the entry so the world has your link. Remember to mention my blog on your own blog so that your visitors get to see the other contributions.


    Here’s a link to my blog: http://thestateofthenationuk.blogspot.com/
    and a link to the “5 on the fifth” entries: http://thestateofthenationuk.blogspot.com/search/label/5%20on%20the%20fifth


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