Sunday, December 5, 2010

Backroads, Tennessee on an Overcast Day

I know I've already posted once today, but I could not resist another. I spent my afternoon alone enjoying some backroads and messing around with my camera. I also experimented with my photo editing program that came with my MacBook. Except for my sinus headache, it has been a peaceful afternoon.












Wishing you all a happy week.

6 comments:

Rebecca said...

Gorgeous! I think my favorite one is the white tree against the brown and grey. Funny...I almost stopped today and took pictures of cows! I convinced myself to keep going cause I was running late :)

Elaine said...

I've told you before ... you're good! Professional photographer!

Linda said...

Thanks for sharing the pictures...I feel like I went on that little ride with you!

A lovely place to live!

Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

Melissa Irwin said...

Rebecca - I love the white trees too. They are what inspired me to go out on a photography excursion. They have been catching my eye for the past couple of weeks!

Elaine - now with a better camera and some handy software, I would love to take a photography class... we shall see. My Dad was into photography so I think I come by it honestly.

Linda - it was such a fun journey today. We have some amazing backroads and I don't live far from them. Tennessee is beautiful country!

Pen to Paper; Spirit to Soul said...

Just beautiful! I especially enjoy the barn and the winding road...I miss those! Most of all, I miss the mountains...I'm trying to learn contentment after being in TX for 18 yrs!!!
Thanks for sharing your handiwork!

Melissa Irwin said...

Thank you @ pen to paper! I love the winding country road and the tree canopies. And I must admit, I love the cows too. The only thing I don't love about these cows is that they have tags on their ears...I'm hoping they are not beef cattle...I'm not really sure. :-(

I LOVE BARNS!!! and I am planning a barn photography excursing in my near future. You'll have to come back for that and let me know what you think.