Saturday, May 30, 2009

Saturday Morning Drive

Gone but probably not forgotten... (Mascot, TN)A different burnt out home. (Powell, TN)"A helping word to one in trouble is often like a switch on a railroad track...an inch between wreck and smooth rolling prosperity." Henry Ward Beecher
And thus spake the lord...I mean, it was foggy out.

14 comments:

  1. you big fat liar! I love it. These are wonderful. I think the fog adds to it.

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  2. I love the rail road, how do you make it black and white; then add the hints of color? I am going to scan some photos of the kids, and want to do that with them! Let me know, I use photo shop for 'butt' heads :)

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  3. Totally loving these shots. They might actually be my favorites. (Hugs)Indigo

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  4. love the last shot the most...wait, is that cat nip on the railroad tracks?? that's where blue got that!!! but seriously...love the shots!!!

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  5. Hey Chris! We just love it when we happen to come upon things like your first two....fireplaces - only things left - how cool is that?! The train tracks are great - we love that hint of color....then that fog...gosh that is gorgeous!
    Have a great week!
    Karla & Karrie

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  6. That was an interesting drive you took. Thanks for the ride! All great shots but I'm especially fond of the railroad tracks! That one is fantastic!!!

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  7. What a great outing you had! The chimneys remind me of Stonehenge and, oddly enough, Doctor Who. I don't know why that would be, but there it is. They'd make great framed shots, especially the first one.

    I love the red and green lights against the monochrome on the train tracks. That one speaks to me of life, and of choices and possibilities.

    Nice God shot, too. He's such a showoff. ;-)

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  8. The fireplace & chimney seems to stand as a stark reminder of where the fire should have been

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  9. What great pictures..I do like the chimney standing alone..kind of sad though. The last one is beautiful. Something about sun/trees. Wonderful.

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  10. Excellent photos! I remember so many scenes like this where I grew up in Chattanooga. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Pretty. :) Love the train tracks.

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  12. The railroad and fog were awesome.

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  13. Now that's what I'm talkin' about, the last shot. These shots always put me in a mood, you know what I mean...

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