Sunday, May 14, 2006

In the Pines

Georgia has done a fine job of planting pines all along their major highways, as in "sweet and clear as moonlight through the pines," if you listen to Ray Charles. The alternate view, in Boz Scaggs primo remake from the 1970s, is "That wasn't moonlight! Those were searchlights!"

The trees keep the scenery beautiful for travelers. But they're remarkably difficult to capture in a photo if you're too stubborn to stop the car.

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