The oaks and ferns at Yellow Bluff

A few weeks back after a day of shopping Bobbie and I went to tour the United Way Holiday House that was put on by Cottage and Coastal living magazines.

The morning started out really ugly with Tornado warnings and rain but the sky cleared just in time for us to tour a beautiful new coastal community in Macintosh County, GA

The holiday house was really pretty as was all of the cottages but to me the best view of the day was standing right under these big oaks looking out into the water.


  1. I just love the moss that hangs from those Live Oaks, it has such a southern appeal. It makes me think of those old southern plantations.

  2. The moss is beautiful!

    It may be because I'm using Safari as my browser, but I can't see the last picture (or two?) that may be something else?


  3. Cherry .. Hello there girl ! long time no see ? LOL
    I love those trees .. they would immediately remind me of all the stories I have read about the south. The moss on them is wonderful .. they are truly magnificent .. great pictures !!

  4. Hello Cherry,
    thanks for visiting my blog. I can't finde anything about where you are living. USA - Canada - Australia??? Will you tell me?
    Thanks and have a happy new year -
    Elke (Mainzauber)

  5. Love those oaks! the moss is so pretty up there!!

  6. Hi Cherry!
    Like Cameron, I can't see the last 2 photos, they have X's in the spot where the photo should be :-(

    Those oaks are gorgeous and that hanging moss is does remind me of those old southern movies (ie: Gone With The Wind). I haven't seen moss hanging from any oak tree up this way (Northern Virginia) so it is truly a nice sight to see!


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