Photographs Waiting for a Blog to Happen

Weather reporter Cheryl Scott on Market Square, Knoxville, March 2011

I’ve done this before, usually toward the end of a month when it becomes apparent that certain photographs, while fun, good or otherwise interesting, simply haven’t attached themselves to a particular topic or haven’t presented me with enough inspiration for an entire blog.

One more time – A really smart car would circle the block to avoid getting ticketed.
Dave is back in the house! (or out of the house and on Market Square)

If there is one theme to several of these pictures, as well as many throughout the history of the blog is this apparent, heretofore unknown-to-me fetish for vehicles. If there are any psychoanalysts among the readers, feel free to analyze me in the comment section.

Usually the Harley catches my eye, but how about this Honda? (Beside 36 Market Square)
Flow Mojo, still steppin’ out around town, now hangs at the Transportation Center.

I hate to see them disappear into my files without ever surfacing, so I group them and offer them up as a collection of recent images of life in the city. So, in that spirit, here are a few from this month.

Maserati, Union Avenue outside Pembroke, Knoxville, March 2011

“My Maserati Does 185. I lost my license, now I don’t drive.” J. Walsh