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.
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:
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:
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 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.
It may be near 100-degrees and you’ve been walking around downtown for several hours. You’re exhausted and need a place to rest, but there’s no shade in sight. That’s okay, you’ll survive. Keep moving, and –
After supper, I stepped outside to stretch my legs and enjoy the cool evening weather. It was a refreshing, pleasant walk, until I observed a strange metallic sphere hovering overhead…was it simply a drone delivering packages, or some sort of unidentified alien spacecraft? You can see for yourself, by visiting my galleries at Pixels and/or Fine Art America!
This abstract digital urban scene is based on a photograph and depicts bustling city streets among tall skyscrapers. Today, I’ve added it to my gallery at Pixels and/or Fine Art America. So, drop by when you’re in the neighborhood!
Weathered spindles on a wooden rail of cracked paint and aesthetic design, repeating round and around from the top to the ground, towards an exit. Yet, you won’t have to go far to enjoy this design – simply visit my galleries at Pixels and/or Redbubble.