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Framers Friday

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!

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Wordless Wednesday

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Treasures inside a barn

The little red barn at Valley Acre Farm in Sparta holds a treasure trove of old wooden items.

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A Little Red Barn

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.

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Wordless Wednesday

Last of the season
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Sunset at my favorite tree

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Chihuly at Cheekwood ~ Part 1

I recently was at Cheekwood Botanical Garden in Nashville to see the amazing Chihuly Exhibit.

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Dead tree at sunset

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!

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World Photography Day

“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.

Tootsie’s at the Nashville Airport – Nashville, Tennessee
Seen on the streets of Knoxville, Tennessee
Riverside Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Empty tourist boats in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Market Square in Knoxville, Tennessee during lunch hour
Sign on Rick Terry Jewelry Store in Knoxville, Tennessee