A friend and I had driven towards Washington, Georgia for a photo-ramble. My friend traces his ancestors to this part of the state as original settlers. We stopped to have lunch at this little cafe on the square and I just loved the light as it was coming into the restaurant.
A little from Wikipedia about the history of this part of the state: The Battle of Kettle Creek, one of the most important battles of the American Revolutionary War to be fought in Georgia, was fought on February 14, 1779, in Wilkes County, about eight miles (13 km) from present-day Washington. The battle resulted in a victory for the American Patriots who took 75 prisoners and killed roughly 70 Loyalists while losing 32 men.