Make yourself comfortable and take a seat, anywhere. This subway is about to leave the station. Next stop, somewhere down the line. Enjoy the scenery, perhaps on a wall in your home? Please visit my gallery at Pixels to select a print type to suit your interests. Thanks for stopping by!
Black and white photograph featuring structural support-beams of a railroad train trestle. To see a variety of available prints, visit my gallery at Pixels.
Still life black and white macro photography of old bottles. More in my gallery.
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Actually, I believe that these lights may have been installed during the early 1980’s, but they nevertheless retain a futuristic quality worthy of being photographed – from Knoxville, Tennessee.
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An abstract, conical structure of worn metal, with a glowing golden orb and mysterious seascape. This three dimensional design has been added to my gallery at Redbubble. Stop by for a visit when you’re in the neighborhood!
Enjoy this close up capture of support bolts on a vintage steel bridge. Photographed along the Middle Prong Trail in the Tremont section of the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. See more in my gallery at Pixels.
Enjoy this high contrast black and white photography of an alley in a business district. This image reminds me of a scene from the 1971 movie, Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, staring Gene Wilder, when the character Charlie found the 5th and final “Golden Ticket” and was advised to return to his house immediately. His route home led through a dark alley, where he encountered the foreboding Mr. Slugworth. If you’re not familiar with that movie, never mind!
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Cades Cove is a broad, verdant valley surrounded by mountains and is one of the most popular destinations in the Great Smokies.National Park Service
Though archeologists have found no evidence of major settlements, it is believed that Cherokee Indians hunted in Cades Cove for hundreds of years before the first Europeans settled in the cove sometime between 1818 and 1821.
As the population of this Tennessee settlement increased, so too did the number and variety of structures, many historic buildings of which remain to the present day – including three churches, a working grist mill, barns and log houses.
Elijah Oliver Place
Traveling along an 11-mile, one-way loop road which circles the cove, visitors have an opportunity to sightsee at a leisurely pace, enjoying scenic views, abundant wildlife and preserved homesteads.
A short 1/2 mile from the road, the Elijah Oliver Place dates back to 1866. Elijah was the son of John and Lucretia Oliver, the cove’s first permanent European settlers, and the homestead includes a dog-trot cabin, a chicken coop, a corn crib, a spring house, and a crude stable.
Here are some photographs I shot while visiting the Elijah Oliver Place –
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Round and around, either up or down, spinning steps on this stairwell may well lead to infinity. At a minimum, hopefully to the floor you’re looking for.
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Enjoy this textural graphic artwork featuring city lights at night with reflections, segmented into abstract vertical light strips. Stop by my gallery at Pixels for more.
Enjoying a peaceful walk with my camera along a vintage railroad track no longer in use, I photographed the following images – below, linked to my gallery at Pixels:
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This gritty photograph features a wooden building in an abandoned, chaotic state of disrepair. I came upon this structure in the woods while hiking recently in Kentucky, and have now added it to my gallery at Pixels.
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