For the last several years, I have been photographing a collection of buildings on US 61 north of Natchez that have been swallowed up by Kudzu. Most seasons, part of the buildings are still visible. This year the unusually mild summer has spurred the vine to completely take over the building.
Some marriages don't seem to fit.
You can tell that my mother in-law has no need for those specially made products with names like "swiffer." Why would she buy another gadget when she can make the same device out of things she has on hand — like a broom, a towel and a few clothespins. As someone who is interested in making things, I appreciate such ingenuity.
I am fortunate to drive by this scene on the way to my mother in-law's house. Even on the most frustrating of days, this scene has a way of providing a tiny bit of peace and comfort.
There are few swing sets that have a better view than this pair of swings looking down below the Kingston United Methodist Church.