The Weekly Photo Challenge is weathered. I have many versions of weathered buildings and places. This gallery is from a Tuesday Trekkin’ trip in 2017.
The back porch is overgrown with weeds, as the cover threatens to fall in.
The side doors stand open, hanging from the hinges, threatening to fall off at any time.
An old road side store in rural Tennessee. It’s old, rotting, falling apart, but the flag still stands.
I live in East Tennessee, so a great many of my photos are from the area. We sometimes take our home town for granted. We ignore the history, the landmarks, and the beauty. Last year, I tried to make an effort to take photos of my area just like I would if I were a tourist. I ended up with a collection of reflection photos from downtown Knoxville and some nice photos from rural Tennessee. Of course, the Sunsphere appears as well. To purchase prints of the following, click here.
Big Orange Cleaners and Alpha Omega Hair Design
Fire Exit Reflection
Four Empty Squares
The Mighty Tennessee
A young woman takes a selfie in a second floor window.
Tennessee times 3
Watch for destrians
Tennessee Theatre Marquee
Downtown Knoxville reflections
The JFG Coffee sign in the Old City
JFG Coffee Sign with map
Sky on Jellico
Jellico Motel Restaurant sign is reflected in the windows of the closed restaurant
Jellico Motel and Restaurant sign. Memories of Americana and road travel in its hay day.
Oliver Hotel Sign
Kay’s Ice Cream
Gas Station Trailer Park
Out of Gas
To view a gallery of Tennessee art, click here.