Random photographs from Knoxville, TN: an old, abandoned barn located near a commercial district, and a muddy pond with wildlife.
This stylized vintage photograph features the Tennessee Amphitheater, located in downtown Knoxville. See more.
This gritty, high-contrast photograph features a waterway underneath the bridge of a road located in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. You can pick up a print by visiting my shop at Pixels. Check it out…
Protect your investment in style with this cool gold and blue iPhone case. This graphic collage is based on a photograph of the Sunsphere, located in Knoxville, Tennessee, and is available for both Apple & Samsung devices in different styles. Enjoy!
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…
It was probably the late-80’s when last I saw Fiddler On The Roof. Many years later (yesterday), I attended & enjoyed the matinee showing at the Tennessee Theater in Knoxville. I’d hoped that I might bump into a friend, but didn’t see her – maybe some other time.
It may or may not be true that it never rains in southern California (or so the song goes), but it does snow in Knoxville, Tennessee. See more.
Enjoy the winter season!
Located near Tellico Plains close to the Cherohala Skyway, the 30-foot Conasauga Falls is a secluded, three-tiered waterfall not far from Knoxville or Chattanooga, Tennessee. The trail is a relatively easy 1.5 mile hike out-and-back, with an elevation gain of 370 feet. And, despite what some people have said online in review of their visit, the gravel roadway to the falls isn’t that bad – just watch for a few deep potholes.
This visit followed an earlier, same day hike to Falls Branch Falls, an adventure organized by my friend, Lara – thanks!
Framed prints. Canvas prints. Art prints. Metal prints. Acrylic prints. Wood prints. Customization options. Other stuff, too. Come by my shop at Pixels to select a print (or something else) to suit your interests. Thanks!
I recently hiked House Mountain, the tallest point in Knox County, Tennessee, located near Corryton. With an elevation of 2,110 feet above sea level, hikers may ascend 1,000 feet from the surrounding valley on either the blue (Mountain) or white (West Overlook) trail.
Visit my shop at Pixels for a great selection of home decor prints featuring these scenic photographs!
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.
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 –
Please Do Not Get In The Water!
This photograph was taken in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, inside of an amphitheater. See more.
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.
Prints are available for your home or office – simply visit my gallery at Pixels.
Yesterday I visited Ijams Nature Center, a 315-acre park along the Tennessee River in Knoxville. Originally a marble and limestone quarry in the early 1900’s, it’s been converted now to serve as an outdoor recreation area with Mead’s Quarry Lake and a network of hiking/biking trails. There’s also a stand for refreshments.
Enjoy your visit!
Enjoy this photography of running water from an urban landscape waterway, located in Knoxville, Tennessee. See my gallery at Pixels for 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?
As you may have observed, lately I’ve been taking a lot of pictures around Knoxville, Tennessee. This particular photograph features what was once the Tennessee Supreme Court building. A new location in my gallery at Fine Art America has been added, also, and guests are encouraged to visit – many items to see.
Thanks for stopping by!