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The Remains of Summer

White Flower Toccoa

Summer in most of the country may almost be over, but it lingers in the south. This little flower was photographed along a familiar path—one that Dr. and Mrs. Forrest would have traveled often on horseback. It was the old post road or the old mail road that led to Asheville, North Carolina. The wagon wheel ruts are long gone, but the evidence of lots of foot traffic remain even today.
— Angie ‘88