Here is another photo from my foggy travels through Kilgore Hills in Clay County. I decided to give this one an old film look which plays well with all the fog in the photo and adds a touch of mysteriousness to the photo, because that's pretty much how it felt being out there all alone.
I ventured up into the hills of Western Clay County the other day to capture the fog that had settled that day. The more I got into what's known as Kilgore Hills the foggier it got. Kilgore Hills is pretty dense with trees, but I was able to find this little spot to capture the foggy landscape. I saw no other cars while I was riding around there which made it very eerie.
Today I had to finally go back to work after two weeks off for the holidays. It's really hard to get back to the grind when you've been off for that long, but life must go on. Anyway, yesterday evening my wife pointed out that the sunset had an eerie glow so I quickly grabbed my camera and ran outside to capture it. Little did I know that in the other direction there was a rainbow waiting on me. Actually, two rainbow, if you look closely. What a great site to see and I didn't have to go far at all to capture it.
I went exploring in downtown West Point to take some photos of the decorations downtown and I really liked the display window at The Bink Salon. I've been searching out some interesting Christmas decorations to show on my blog and think this was a perfect fit.
This is our Christmas Tree. We moved into our new house last December and the first room we painted was our living room which you see in the photo. My wife chose a dark teal color for the room which I wasn't sure about at first when she mentioned it, but it turned out great and the best part about it is that it compliments are Christmas decorations very well. We love Christmast and decorating for it so it's a nice extra to have the perfect wall color for it. Merry Christmas!
Just over a year ago, my wife and I purchased our first home. It's an old 100 year old home in downtown West Point. We are very proud of our home and have loved living there. It has so much charm, as most old homes do. This mantle was actually added to the house in the 50's and was handmade in Macon, MS. My wife is a great decorator and we love going crazy with decorations during Christmas. So enjoy a little piece of our home.