Exceptional preservation of an old southern home in Georgia. Private residence.

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MaryAlice on May 7, 2009


Boa noite a você, e o agradece tanto para visitar. Sou tão feliz que gozou este lugar bonito, e obrigado para suas palavras bondosas.

Desejar você um fim de semana belo,

Mary Alice

MaryAlice on May 7, 2009

Hello there, my dearest Sean! How happy I am to find your message here. How are you? I hope all is well.

I think that everyone that is familiar with my postings has thought also about the chimney, seeing that I have posted so many chimney's without homes attached. Of course, I have admired it closely as well. It was one of the very first things that I noticed when I first discovered the house. What a splendid chimney indeed, and still connected to it's home! =)

I'm so glad that you stopped over, and especially happy that you enjoyed this pretty place.

Wishing you a wonderful Friday,

Mary Alice

Michael Morenz on May 30, 2009

I like the house and the way you took the photo. Greetings Michael

ƤōƝƓ-not going to Vi… on June 8, 2009

Very lovely American home! The sound of Trisha Yearwood's music comes into my mind. Mary Alice, luckily I followed you from your comment on AZRA's blog and found this photo on your first page. :D

Greetings from Thailand ~ worapong

MaryAlice on June 9, 2009

Greetings, Worapong, and thank you so much for visiting my gallery.

I am intrigued that Trisha Yearwood came to mind when you saw this shot. Did you know that she was born and raised on a farm in Monticello, Georgia? That's about an hour away from here. Yes indeed, that is pretty interesting that you put those two together.

Thank you so much for your comments and kind words, and I'm really happy that Azra's site lead you here. =)

Warmest wishes from Georgia, USA,

Mary Alice

ƤōƝƓ-not going to Vi… on June 9, 2009

Good evening, Mary Alice! I hope you are back to this photo again. Let me put it like this.

I am a faithful fan of Trisha Yearwood (as well as Vince Gill) and have collected her albums although hardly any Thai listen to American country music. Her voice, music and lyrics are all so touching and rich in the flavour of Dixie. Despite already knowing she's from Georgia, I am even surprised that her hometown is just one hour from your beautiful neighbourhood.

I love any gallery that contains very local flavour. ^_^

Greetings from Thailand ~ worapong

MaryAlice on June 10, 2009


What a delight to learnt hat you are indeed a TRUE Trisha Yearwood fan, as well as a Vince Gill fan! This is fantastic! You even knew already that she was from Georgia? I must say, I am quite impressed!

Although we are so very far apart from each other, things like this make the world seem very small, don't they?

There's nothing like good music to bring us all together! What a wonderful world! =)

It has been a pleasure meeting and talking with you! Thank you so much for writing and sharing all of this cool stuff with me.

Most sincerely,

Mary Alice

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