Tag Archives: US Army Corps of Engineers

~Your Shadow Wants To Know~

where are you going

little blue so determined

does your shadow know

Little Blue Heron
A Little Blue Heron and its Shadow
A Little Blue Beauty
A Little Blue Beauty
Early Sunset on Lake Sminole
Early Sunset on Lake Seminole
Up the hill and bathed in sunlight - The Rambling Rose
Up the hill and bathed in sunlight – The Rambling Rose
My Pack on a walk at Eastbank Campground (US Army Corps of Engineer RV Park)
My Pack on a walk at Eastbank Campground (US Army Corps of Engineer RV Park)
Great Egret making a perfect landing
Great Egret

We love to stop, for a few days, at Eastbank Campground as we travel east on I-10. Eastbank is a US Army Corps of Engineer Park located in Bainbridge, GA; however, the nearest town is Chattahoochee, Florida.

The park, with its heavily treed and hilly grounds with Lake Seminole as a back drop, is a picturesque and peaceful place.

One could sit for hours down by the lake and watch the hundreds of shorebirds feeding, or watch the forest birds hunting for bugs and berries, or just relax and marvel at the beauty of the setting sun.

We never know what the weather will be at Lake Seminole and this time, as we passed through, it was still winter. This place is so beautiful, no matter the weather, we still get out to enjoy hiking, birdwatching, photo taking and watching beautiful sunsets announce the end of joyful experiences.

Lake Seminole
Lake Seminole

Enjoy your Journey!

~A blood red Lake Seminole~

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last rays of evening

brings beauty to behold

how lucky am I to witness

fiery waves of clouds and

a blood red Lake Seminole

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Blood Red Lake Seminole
Blood Red Lake Seminole
Rambling Rose as she paints a portrait on her windshield.
Rambling Rose as she paints a portrait on her windshield
For a special person ~A Gift to you~
For a special person
~A Gift to You~
Waves of Fiery Clouds
Waves of Fiery Clouds

 I captured these photos this evening after arriving at Eastbank Campground (A US Army Corps of Engineers Park) near Chattahoochee, Florida. Leaving cloudy, rainy Blackwater River State Park and traveling with dark, overhanging clouds, I had little expectations of taking any photos today. Sitting in the coach, with her nose pointed toward the Lake, I began to see the beginning of a spectacular sunset. I grabbed my camera and with delight took these photos. You just never know what you are going to see!

Enjoy all life’s moments!