This still life photograph features a collection of colorful vintage glass bottles. It would look great behind a frame on an empty wall in your home, or at the office. You make the call, and be sure to stop by one of my galleries to select the perfect accent piece…
As a child with a hobby of collecting old bottles, this vintage glass was unearthed during the 1970’s while digging near a haunted house in Marquette, Michigan. Photo One is a small bottle from the Napier Chemical Company in New York, and has an air bubble in the glass. Photo Two is a taller bottle from the Black Cat Polish Company in Buffalo, New York, and to this day retains much of its original cork. See more in my gallery.
This photograph features the historical Elijah Oliver Place, which dates from 1866 and is located in Tennessee at Cades Cove, a verdant valley surrounded by the Smoky Mountains. You can find prints and more available in these shops: Pixels, Redbubble and ArtPal.
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From the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee at Cades Cove, these photographs include an old church steeple with bell, hand-crafted rafters inside a barn, and the Grist Mill waterwheel. You can visit my gallery at Pixels to see a variety of print types, such as: framed, metal, canvas, wood, art, poster, acrylic and tapestry. Thanks for looking!
Many fine prints and more available in the following galleries:
This historic wooden log cabin is located by the Grist Mill along the scenic drive at Cades Cove, in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, near Townsend.
This photograph was taken on a recent visit to Cades Cove in Tennessee. It features the Primitive Baptist Church, the first of three churches established (1827) in the area. The actual structure open to tourists – seen here – was constructed in 1887. There are a variety of prints available in my gallery. Thanks for stopping by!
These black and white photographs features a structure located at the Dan Lawson Place, originally built around 1856 at Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.
PHOTO 1 – taken from the front porch, it shows two rooms and three doors. Prints are available in my gallery.
PHOTO 2 – taken from the back room, it shows the back door plus a cabin. Prints are available in my gallery.
Print types include framed, canvas, art, metal, poster, wood, acrylic and tapestry. Framed prints may be customized to suit your interests.
Available in my galleries at Pixels and Redbubble, this autumn photograph features Meigs Falls, located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. There are a variety of gifts and prints to select, including: framed, canvas, art, metal, poster, wood, acrylic and tapestry. And, framed prints may be customized to make it your own!
If ever a working time machine is invented, I hope that it looks like this!
Whether having fun, like it or not, time marches on. So, too, does the calendar change with time – and, before you know it, the holidays are here.
If you’re looking for an interesting gift to give to family, friends, or perhaps something for yourself, I encourage you to visit the following galleries:
There’s no time like the present!
This macro photography features the base of an antique glass bottle, turquoise in color with a myriad of air bubbles and other maker imperfections – which, in my opinion, make the glass very special.
It would look wonderful in a frame on your wall, at home or in the office. Or, select from a variety of other products available. Visit these shops to see more:
Black And White
Located in Cades Cove, a historic community in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, this black and white photograph features a rustic cabin built by early European settlers.
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This black and white photograph was taken at Richland Creek, near Dayton, Tennessee, and features the structural remnants of a railroad train trestle that was used by the Dayton Coal & Iron Company, in operation between 1882 until the 1920’s.