Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Watery Wednesday & Wordless Wednesday - The Chattahoochee River - Columbus, Georgia

Watery Wednesday & Wordless Wednesday - The Chattahoochee River - Columbus, Georgia

I am participating in Watery Wednesday and Wordless Wednesday -
check out both sites for great photography!


  1. I've never seen the Chatahoochee River but I've always loved its name. Thanks for the photos.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

  2. Anonymous11:06 AM

    Absolutely beautiful my friend :)

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    Kay L.Davies -
    I've lived on both sides of the Chattahoochee - in Phoenix City, Alabama and in Columbus, Georgia where I was born. My mother stayed there from the time she left Mississippi to go to nursing school until her stroke, at 86, put her in extended care near Atlanta.

    Thom -
    Well, it's nice to see you again. I hope you had a nice vacation away from blogging and got to see family and friends on the mainland. You should have stopped by San Francisco to visit me!!

  4. Looks very pretty !

  5. Thanks for commenting on my blog. I did not know that SF Golden Gate Bridge had the same problem... I wish the bridge should be used only for bungee jump!
    The river looks beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  6. These are parts of your beautiful journey.

  7. Nice pictures and thanks for swinging by my blog. I hadn't seen Watery Wednesday before. I'll have to look it up.

  8. I love the sound of flowing water and can imagine it seeing the shots. Great pictures.


    Water here and water there,
    Water, water everywhere!
    Water to restore the soul,
    Water in a cup or bowl;
    Water gushing in the sink,
    Water clear or dark as ink;
    Water in the stream and bog,
    Water for the newt and frog;
    Water to refresh the wheat,
    Water washing dusty feet;
    Water chasers everywhere
    With loud praises do declare
    That there is no finer thing—
    Water is both queen and king!

    © 2010 by Magical Mystical Teacher

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