Category Archives: Nature

Swann Bridge

 

 

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Well autumn is here. Sometimes we have beautiful leaves and other years, well they just aren’t the same. So what is it any way that makes for a pretty fall? I’ve always heard plenty of rain, and then the other day someone said a dryer season produces prettier leaves. I’m really not sure but I’m sticking with a more balanced season. That just seems right. This year started out very wet but has been dry since around July, and so far the leaves have turned out a little better than I expected.

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Moss Rock Preserve

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Saturday, October 11, 2014, 19,996 photographers of all walks of life and skill levels the world over, took part in the Scott Kelby’s 7th Annual Worldwide Photowalk™. Our group in met at the Moss Rock Preserve located in Hoover, Alabama.

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Ozan Vineyard

Earlier this spring Cindy visited the Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, located in Calera, Alabama. There we rode a train pulled by a steam engine down to Ozan Vineyard where we toured the grounds. If you missed the post you can find it here, Golden age of Steam.
The following are several addition pictures that were taken at the vineyard.

 

 

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Talladega Creek

 

 

 

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Our family recently visited the Talladega Creek located in the Talladega Nation Forest.

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The Golden Age of Steam

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The Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization, located in Calera, Alabama. Each May they host Steam Days and relive the golden age of steam railroading.

 

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