Sunday, January 4, 2009


The fog was extra thick this morning as I headed out to look for some photo material. I was hoping that I could find something to take advantage of the mood, since the lighting was challenging. I wasn't really happy with too many of the shots.

Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence.
~Henry David Thoreau

The foggy banks of the parks at Cherokee were deserted. This tree caught my eye. The quiet of the river, fog you could feel touching your skin, and the "cragginess" of this tree just had an ominous mood.

A life that hasn't a definite plan, is likely to become driftwood.
~David Sarnoff

Did you know that corn dogs grow on trees? (Actually they're cattails.)

Blue heron resting on a buoy.

East Tn Veterans Cemetery at Northshore & Lyons View.


  1. The first pic is beautiful. But I had to look up "reverence." Damn Thoreau.

  2. I thing they're all lovely pics.
    :-) I'm especially fond of the first one.

  3. I think your cemetery shot is beautiful.

  4. Oh, here you are... nice photo blog. I'll be watching to see how you progress.

  5. Hey Chris...thanks for the link.

    Your photos are truly lovely...keep it up!