This black and white photograph of a baseball dugout was taken at Lakeshore Park in Knoxville, Tennessee. I’ve added it to my gallery at Fine Art America. If you’d like to look at some prints, please do stop by.
As a second part to an earlier post entitled, Ijams Nature Center In Knoxville, TN, the following photographs include scenes from another trail known as Haworth Hollow (see marker, below): It’s difficult to read the small print, which cites that the area houses the rare Berry Cave Salamander, known almost exclusively from five caves within […]
I recently visited Mead’s Quarry Lake, part of the Ijams Nature Center, a 315-acre park along the Tennessee River in Knoxville, where I hiked various trails for a few hours. One of my favorites was the Ross Marble Quarry Loop, which included the Keyhole. A sign along the trail read: If you take the time […]
I recently visited Lakeshore Park in Knoxville, Tennessee, along the Tennessee River. With 185 acres, there’s plenty of open space to enjoy the many walking paths throughout the park. And, several big hills provide for nice views of the river and the Smoky Mountains in the distance. Here are a few photographs from my visit:
This photograph was taken at the Admiral Farragut Park, located in Knoxville along the banks of the Tennessee River. I’ve added it to my gallery at Fine Art America – select from a variety of print types! Stop by for a visit when you’re in the neighborhood… Here are some more photographs – select to […]
This morning’s sunrise over the Smoky Mountains, as seen from a nearby hilltop in Knoxville, Tennessee…
Today, I drove to Sharp’s Ridge Memorial Park in north Knoxville, Tennessee, for a mountain top view of the city. Dedicated to the honor of the area’s war veterans, the park contains 111 acres along a 7-mile limestone ridge. The views were nice, except for the several large electrical lines – located directly in front […]
Here’s a second look at a ravine on a Tennessee hillside which I encountered while hiking on Saturday. This is a view in the opposite direction from the first photograph. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more. Thanks for stopping by.