I drove through some gorgeous back highways of South Carolina and Georgia to reach Elberton, GA.
I pulled in and there was a stylish woman there with a camera and a tripod.
I walked over and said Hello.
She said “Hi, I’ve been waiting for you.”
Or waiting for someone… lol
Meredith is a University of Georgia student working on her senior thesis. She’s into exploring Georgia’s oddities. She’d been there an hour and I was the first person to appear.
I’m not going to say much about the Georgia Guidestones except that some people refer to them as America’s Stonehenge, and there’s a bit of controversy about it all. If you are intrigued – google it. There is much of interest to read and consider.
I enjoyed it very much. There’s something special and awesome about the place. I stayed for a few hours hanging out with Meredith, being interviewed, modeling, suggesting shots, watching her interview the few other folks who came by, and helping with her voiceover thoughts and clips.
Perhaps later I’ll have a link to the interview she did with me.
For now – here’s some photos from the day.
I got this link from Meredith and thought I’d share it here –
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