I’m starting my 4th year of the 52Frames weekly photography challenge. The first week is always a self portrait (which I HATE). This photo was taken when I was trying to take a photo of a bill to send to the insurance company from a car accident I had in October. I decided to use it for the challenge. And they say there’s no such thing as an accident!
The little red barn at Valley Acre Farm in Sparta holds a treasure trove of old wooden items.
Recently I spent a morning at Valley Acre Farm in Sparta, Tennessee to wander and take photos. This is the little red barn on the farm. I love the texture of the wood of old barns.
I recently was at Cheekwood Botanical Garden in Nashville to see the amazing Chihuly Exhibit.
There’s a field that I pass that has a beautiful dead tree in it and I have always wanted to shoot it at sunset and a week ago I finally did!
“A photograph has the ability to capture a place; an experience; an idea; a moment in time. For this reason, it’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Photographs can convey a feeling faster than, and sometimes even more effectively than words can. A photograph can make the viewer see the world the way the photographer sees it,” the official website of World Photography Day states.
Here are some photos I have taken during the pandemic in various locations.