Beautiful clouds grace the sky
from this highest point in Georgia,
Layers of the Appalachian Blue Ridge mountains
can be seen for miles on a clear day.
The foliage still has a hint of color
as winter waits just around the corner
in the late autumn.
The clouds refract the most beautiful light
and color as the sun goes down.
This image was captured from the tower,
standing at the railing facing west.
The sun is just peeping out
from the last layer of clouds
in a final flare of sun rays
at the end of the day...
Brasstown Bald is the highest natural point in the state of Georgia, USA, with a summit elevation of 4,784 feet (1,458 m) above mean sea level.
The mountain is known to the native Cherokee people as Enotah. It is named for the former Cherokee village of Brasstown, Georgia, located along the upper Brasstown Creek. Across the North Carolina state line, immediately to its north, is Brasstown, North Carolina, in the Brasstown township of Clay County, No...