Providence Canyon State Park

MVS-201802230259-65

MVS-201802230259-88

I spent a beautiful afternoon at Providence State Park with my mother, son, and my best friend’s family.  Providence Canyon was formed through bad farming practices starting about a century ago.  Erosion cut through the Georgia clay creating this beauty of man’s mistakes.  Later they planted kudzu to stop the erosion, marking another mistake.  Thankfully, in February the kudzu is leafless and not blocking the view.