Spring Photos in the Time of Corona

Here’s another shot of photographs from this beautiful spring. While the damage to families and the economy can’t be understated, I hope many of us will take some good from this time. For me, one of those benefits is being forced to slow down enough to literally smell the flowers. And photograph them. I think […]

Photographs of Knoxville Like You’ve Never Seen

Last October on an ominous Sunday afternoon, with storm clouds building, I took a long walk around downtown taking photographs of the sites covered in the ULI report. Hustle as I might, the clouds broke open with a vengeance before I could make it home with what I needed. Fortunately, the last site to photograph […]

Knoxville Photographs in Search of a Blog: June 2012

Here are a few photographs that I liked or found interesting, but I never quite found the right blog topic to which they needed to be wed. Some of them come with a story and others baffle me, but I don’t like to see them disappear forever without getting a bit of a viewing. The […]

More Knoxville Photographs in Search of a Blog, May 2012

As promised, here are the additional photographs that just didn’t quite find the blog post they were looking for. I hope you find some that bring a smile to your face.

Knoxville Photographs in Search of a Blog, May 2012

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a collection of pictures that I really enjoy, but for which no blog has presented itself. I always have my camera with me when I’m in the city and often I take pictures without knowing what the topic of a post will be. Most of the time a […]