Category Archives: Photo of the Week

Takeoff!

Photo of the Week Pelicans are among the most graceful birds in flight, especially skimming along effortlessly inches above the surf in formation.  Takeoff, however is simply a matter of challenging and overpowering gravity, and that takes some effort. No … Continue reading

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Calving Season

Photo of the Week This little guy (or gal?) was only about 15 minutes old. In less than 30 minutes he will be up and walking along with his mom.

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Tennessee Sunrise – Morning Fire

Photo of the Week Driving along a local country road early one morning, this striking sunrise came into view.

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The Amphicar Model 770

Photo of the Week The Amphicar is a four-seat amphibious automobile, manufactured in Germany from 1961 through 1967. More than 3,800 were delivered. Initially, the Amphicar was fitted with a 43 horsepower rear-mounted engine, it could do about 8 mph … Continue reading

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Philadelphia 30th Street Station

Photograph(s) of the Week The Philadelphia 30th Street Station, completed in 1933, is a mixture of classical and modern architectural styles. The interior passenger waiting areas have the feel of 1950s era stations, although the lobby has undergone many upgrades … Continue reading

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Mill Stones Cades Cove

Photo of the Week Mill stones of different styles have been used for thousands of years, especially in Europe and Asia. Grist mills were a community necessity in early America. Corn, wheat and other grains had to be ground in … Continue reading

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Smokehouse Door – Experimental No. 1

Photo of the Week – Experimental No.1 Photography is about constantly “improving”—whatever that means, and constantly evolving and most importantly about learning. Over the years I have taken many “experimental” photos of subjects simply because the visual assembly of color, … Continue reading

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Waiting

Photo of the Week – Along the Urban Waterfront This small boat was moored along the shore near the Urbana, Virginia marina. It seems to be waiting patiently for someone to take it for a cruise. Of course who ever … Continue reading

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It’s That Time of Year Again – Bringing in the Harvest

Photo of the Week This is gold–Tennessee Gold Yes, it is that time of year. These hulking red, green and yellow harvesters have been sitting patiently, waiting to go to work, and now they are busy–corn and soybeans especially around … Continue reading

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Photo of the Week – Takeoff Sequence

A Composite Cutting through the “River of Grass,” the Florida Everglades, on a fast-moving airboat, I recommend you have your camera ready for whatever you may encounter. Moving along at fifteen to twenty miles per hour, we emerged into a … Continue reading

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