Providence Canyon State Park is considered to be one of the Seven Wonders of the State of Georgia. One of its wonders are the ghosts that Mankind has left behind. Although the contrasting colors of this park seem completely natural, this "little grand canyon" was a creation of Man's farming malpractices. The skeletons of these cars are one of the many reminders of our influence on our surroundings but also how our surroundings can slowly overcome what we leave behind.
Finding the small things in big places always puts a smile on my face, although the little spider made a friend jump side-ways about 12 feet! If I were to recommend a time of the year to visit the park it would be during the springtime. One, all the flowers are in bloom and secondly, the heat wave has yet to strike in the South and it will be 'moderatly' warm!