Sunday, February 3, 2008 @10:24:35 PM
Nice picture! I'd be too chicken to stand with one of my instruments near water.
Sunday, February 3, 2008 @10:40:16 PM
Thats the Suwannee River! Its a little low right now. The water is of little concern. Better to play the banjo and kick around some leaves to scare off the water mocassins. :)
Monday, February 4, 2008 @4:30:40 PM
This picture reminds me of John Anderson's "Seminole Wind". I was just re-reading for the umpteenth time about Peter McQueen, a white man living among the Creek indians and his leadership in the first Seminole War in 1818. Peter was an uncle to Osceola, the Seminole leader. Sorry for the discourse; great photo, Mary.
Kate Somerville Says:
Sunday, September 19, 2010 @4:34:44 AM
I thought that was the rear end of a dog in front. Not.
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