I've always wanted to be able to take great photographs. I just don't think I have the eye for it. But having a nice camera and good subjects always helps. This past weekend, G and I went down to the Serenbe Community in Palmetto, GA. It's based on the concept of organic and sustainable living. Everyone we met were very nice, and they have some great architecture. I find it a little weird though, because the homes are very different. There is one modern, California beach looking house standing right next to a log cabin one. And then a string of stone townhouses. In any case, here are some pictures that were taken while down there. We did eat at the Farmhouse, where the menu changes weekly based on available produce from the local organic farms. Read G's blog, eatdrinkman.blogspot.com, to learn more about the food and see more pictures.
This one I took myself. I meant to focus on the run down farmhouse, but the camera focused on the tree branch instead. Turned out to be a pretty cool shot, if I do say so myself.
There were a bunch of these orange butterflies flying around near the entrance to the restaurant. I had to get a shot.