I almost missed this as I zipped along a two lane rural road approaching a little Georgia town. It caught the corner of my eye, and I turned the car around and went back to it.
One of the pleasures of using a point and shoot camera is the sense of freedom to photograph anything at all. My 'serious' film camera sits on a tripod ready to expose a frame to a carefully metered and focused scene. But, the little digi gets handheld, and manages exposure and focus on its own. That's a treat!