Stylized photograph of a circular side window on a classic 1957 Ford Thunderbird. See more.
Many moons ago, I collected old bottles in my youth, foraging local hillsides to unearth vintage treasures. I still have several on hand, a close up example of which is provided in this photograph:
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This photograph highlights the beauty of older model cars. In this case, the front end of a 1957 Ford Thunderbird with white paint, fat white-wall tires and ample chrome.
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.
Related Post: see also – Elijah Oliver Place at Cades Cove
One of the most popular tourist destinations located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cades Cove is just a short drive from Townsend, Tennessee. Wonderful views of mountains, valleys, wildlife and historical structures are featured along an 11-mile loop through the area. Along the drive, visitors will encounter the John Oliver Cabin.
The cabin was built in 1822 by John and Lucretia Oliver, the cove’s first permanent European settlers, one of many structures that followed – several of which remain, today. By 1850, the population of Cades Cove tallied 671.
A beautiful landscape –
And, the cabin –
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This macro photograph features an old, round-bottom glass bottle with turquoise color. Available on prints – see more.
One of many along the Alum Cave Trail, this vintage safety cable was photographed while hiking to Mount LeConte. See more.
Using a disposable panoramic camera in 1993, I photographed this chimney in the USVI’s. More recently, I scanned that image into my computer, added the sepia tone and additional weathered effects. If interested, a poster measuring 33″ by 10.92″ is available in four different types of paper.
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.
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.
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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Enjoy this macro photography featuring a vintage glass bottle with water spout, used for steam when ironing clothes. This still life is available on a variety of print types in my gallery at Pixels – perfect for a wall in your home!
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This photograph features a vintage soda pop bottle from the late 1960’s – early 1970’s. The text is darkened by virtue of background lighting from the morning sun – the printed lettering is actually white. Visit my gallery at Pixels for more.
Inside of An Insulator
Enjoy this macro photography featuring the interior threads of an old green-blue glass insulator. This simple picture might look nice on a wall in your home or office. It’s available in my gallery at Pixels. Check it out!
Enjoy this macro photography featuring the opening of a vintage glass bottle. Visitors are encouraged to stop by my gallery at Pixels for more.
I recently came across this old beer can while hiking one day. It’s probably from the late 1970’s or early 1980’s, when a pull-top design was used to open cans. It might look nice in a frame or other print medium – visit my gallery at Pixels to see more!
Enjoy this close up photograph of a vintage lamp on a building in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. It’s available in my gallery at Fine Art America – why not add it to a wall in your home or office?