Wright Mill Road is a simple dirt path, just big enough for one car to navigate that cuts though acres of non-developed land in the mountains of North Georgia.
But beyond the beauty of the trees, fields and streams, it's always been a magical place for author Kate Awtrey, who can trace many of the major events of her life to that old country road.
From driving a car for the first time to gathering a bucket of pet tadpoles, the things that have happened on and around Wright Mill Road have helped shape the author's life.
The photographs and stories in Tree Faces, Tadpoles and That Stuff Called Gravy are a warm, heartfelt homage to the people and places that have been so influential to her.
Kate Awtrey was born almost 25 years ago and was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a photography major on the verge of graduation from Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta.