Based on the countryside of my home county, this may almost feel like the surface of Mars to someone who has never lived in a landscape where red clay is plentiful. In my part of Georgia, this is what lies beneath the top soil and the surface of most any dirt road will be red clay.
Although I grew up in Montezuma, this is the landscape that was never far from my doorstep, dirt roads cutting through farm fields leading to little clusters of homes in the rural landscape. It's also Mennonite Country in Macon County where many of their community have called home since the 1950's. And the landscape they call home does exude a serenity beneath the riot of colors in the sky and the road below.
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October 10th, 2014
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