This stylized family photograph was copied from a slide taken sometime in the 1960’s. I’m not sure if the carvings are authentic or not, perhaps created by tourists in the area. What area – I’m not really sure? Probably somewhere in the southwestern United States. See more.
This gritty black and white photograph of a bridge was taken near the University of Tennessee, in downtown Knoxville. It’s available on cool prints and more in my shop at Pixels. Check it out…
One could assume that a structure such as this might include a door. Or, not. Enjoy this design on wall art, home decor, lifestyle, beach, greeting cards, stationary, phone cases, apparel and/or coffee mugs.
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A stylized old and scratched photograph of seats and steps at the Tennessee Amphitheater, located downtown in Knoxville. See more.
Amidst remodeling, a small red chair sits alone on a concrete floor. See more.
Enjoy this close-up photography of a large piece of glowing green glass. Visit my gallery to see a variety of available prints. Hope to see you soon!
Listen closely. Do you hear laughter? No, me either, just rainwater splashing on city streets. Enjoy my digital watercolor rendition of a sun shower in the city when you visit my gallery at Pixels. While you’re there, pick out a print or something else.
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This black and white photography features a bridge over the Cumberland River, along KY-90 West, near Cumberland Falls. See more.
What began as a plan to visit a location on Clear Creek, called Double Drop Falls – located in the Obed Wild And Scenic River National Park, near Wartburg, Tennessee – ended at a gate on John Q. Wyatt Road:
Though my dashboard navigation indicated that the road continued a short distance beyond this point, access had been thwarted and I needed to find some place else to hike. I ended up visiting several places that day – including:
- Jett Bridge
- Barnett Bridge
- Lilly Bluff Overlook
- Boulder Field
- Debord Falls – at Frozen Head State Park
- Emory Gap Falls – at Frozen Head State Park
Jett Bridge was a short stop, a spot apparently popular with kayakers to put into the water along Clear Creek. I took a few photographs of remnants from an old bridge, and the bridge currently in use:
I’ll post more photographs from other places listed in the days ahead…
The Tipton Place is located along the scenic 11-mile drive in Cades Cove near Townsend, Tennessee. A homestead originally settled by Revolutionary War Veteran William “Fighting Billy” Tipton in the 1820’s, descendant Hamp Tipton later built the two-story timber-framed house in 1878. The grounds contain several rustic buildings, of which visitors may enjoy exploring – as seen below:
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Welcome to the future, circa 1982. This architectural mirrored-structure known as the Sunsphere, and modern light posts in the foreground, were installed for the 1982 World’s Fair, in Knoxville, Tennessee – roughly one year after NASA’s Space Shuttle program began. See more.
This macro photograph features an old, round-bottom glass bottle with turquoise color. Available on prints – see more.
Do not enter. Stay away. The door is barred for a reason. Take off. Follow instructions. Read the sign. Visit my gallery. Enjoy your day!
This macro photography features the base of an antique glass bottle, turquoise in color with a myriad of air bubbles and other maker imperfections – which, in my opinion, make the glass so special. See more.
Enjoy my digital rendition of city lights at night reflecting from rain on the pavement, as a trolley moves beyond a stop. See more in my gallery.
One of many along the Alum Cave Trail, this vintage safety cable was photographed while hiking to Mount LeConte. See more.