Texas Sunset (BW)
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Texas Sunset (BW)

Sunsets don’t always make great subjects for monochrome photos.  Often a sunset in monochrome looks moody or stormy and we miss all the colors nature provides at sunset.  However, I think this sunset photo works well in monochrome.  The clouds look gorgeous and the little ray of sunshine at the horizon keeps the photo from … Continue reading

Tennessee Barn (BW)
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Tennessee Barn (BW)

Tennessee Barn (Bw) I spotted this old, wooden barn in a hay field on a Tennessee country road near Pikeville, Tennessee.  The old barn had many boards that were falling down or missing.  The doors were gone and weeds were growing all around.  Even so, I could imagine how it might have looked in its … Continue reading

Buck Creek Tunnel
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Buck Creek Tunnel

Buck Creek Tunnel is just one of 26 tunnels you go through as you drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway.  Twenty five of the tunnels are in North Carolina and one is in Virginia.  These tunnels are amazing to see especially when you realize that the tunnels were cut right through the mountains.  The majority … Continue reading

Looking for Lunch
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Looking for Lunch

We were visited by a large flock of Great American Pelicans earlier this winter.  These guys were floating around the lake eating all the little fish they could find. You can find few facts about the Great American Pelicans and see more photos in my post Visiting Pelicans. Monochrome Madness Challenge “Looking for Lunch” is … Continue reading