Final Autumn Pictures: Down by the River



Henley Street Bridge, Knoxville, November 2010

 As often happens with the ending of a month, I look back at some images that never quite found a story and pass them along for your pleasure. One Sunday afternoon in November I walked around for several hours and got some photographs that I really loved. I don’t know if the light or my luck was good or I was delusional when I thought they turned out well. I’ve already used some of them in my Columbus post, but here are some more. You tell me what you think. This post will focus on the River shots.

Calhoun’s on the River, Knoxville, November 2010

Have you ever stood on the Gay Street Bridge when the wind was right and smelled this place? The Metropulse may be correct, that we don’t have a distinctive version of barbecue, but there can be no better smelling barbecue. It was mid-afternoon and I was instantly starving.

I took these final two pictures from the river walk west of the Henley Street Bridge looking east. The couple never knew I was there. These may be my recent favorites. Next post will include pictures from the same afternoon, but further inland.

A couple looks out over the Tennessee River, Knoxville, November 2010.




A couple looks out over the Tennessee River, Knoxville, November 2010.



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