Judith Garrison is a travel journalist and photographer as well as the editor of Georgia Connector magazine. She has contributed to publications including Deep South Magazine, Simply Buckhead, BBC Travel, WHERE, AAA, GoNomad, Peach State Publications, Interval World, AARP.org, US Airways Magazine, and contributes monthly to Blue Ridge Country magazine online. She and her husband Len own Seeing Southern L.L.C. They are also members of the Society of American Travel Writers. Together, they travel the world in search of narratives which capture the culture and spirit of incredible places filled with unforgettable people.
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Published Articles (22)
Discover the best Southern Wedding Destinations through the eyes of a photographer. Page 62
A trip from Belfast to the Giants Causeway with the Causeway Storyteller
A sailing aboard the Windjammer through the Southern Caribbean gave me sea legs.
It happened one day, a total solar eclipse from coast to coast. We set up in Murphy, NC.
A visit to the norther coast of western Sicily to the land of our ancestors.
The tellers at the annual Georgia Mountain Storytelling Festival in Young Harris, Ga. Photography by Len Garrison/Seeing Southern.
A visit to the southern city of Thomasville, Ga. Don’t miss the annual rose festival in April, one of the iconic events in the South.
Rivers and rails have always defined the Blue Ridge Mountains. Now, the rails of Bryson City, North Carolina, have a new shining star, the #1702 steam locomotive .
The historic sites of Macon, Georgia, plus it’s music heritage and now, film is taking center stage.
A journey to uncover the beauty of Ireland’s winter while discovering family along the way. Page 50.
A conversation with the new owners of La Peetch and how you can come and stay and cook in France.
Experience Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, plus a conversation with Dolly Parton.
Go antiquing in Monroe, Georgia, and find treasures, in the Antique Capital of Georgia
Appalachian storytellers gather in Young Harris, Georgia, to tell tales.