Wednesday, November 2, 2016 We have spent the past few days making jam and visiting some of Solo’s family in Nashville. But today it is time for another adventure. We are going down to Chattanooga right after breakfast. This time we are following the Highway and Interstate, Solo explains that I have been on the small roads to Chattanooga when I first came to see him in 2013. So once more the Interstate will cover some new territory for me.
This post was updated on January 12th, 2018 Sunday, October 30, 2016 – Monday, October 31, 2016 For the past few days, we haven’t been exploring Tennessee. Sunday Solo had to get some farm work done, so I used the time to do some Macro photography in his garden and his barn. Solo created some areas in his orchard to attract bees and butterflies. These flowerbeds are where I find some beautiful blossoms to photograph. Giant ironweed – vernonia gigantea
This post was updated on October 13th, 2017 Wednesday, October 19, 2017 – Friday, October 21, 2017 Our search for the best fall foliage continues. Until now we have not been very lucky with it near Solo’s farm. Moreover, Solo has been asking around if someone knew a spot where the colors might have turned. No one had found that perfect place yet. We will find it, and if not, well, I can always come back in another fall. The
This post was updated on March 18th, 2017 I journeyed to the American states of Tennessee and North Carolina in the fall of 2016 in search of splendid fall foliage. Colors had not reached their peak in Great Smoky Mountains National Park due to a persistent drought on the west side of the range so I continued north on the Blue Ridge Parkway and was rewarded with some spectacular views. Tragically, fires devastated the area within weeks of my