Sunday Stills Challenge – Frame It!

Right up front I want to thank Linda (Just Another Day on the Prairie) for this great Sunday Stills Challenge. You are off to a good start.  We were lucky enough to spend Saturday with Ed on his layover in Knoxville.  He suggested our spending part of our day at the Museum of Appalachia in Norris, Tennessee, just a little over 15 miles North of Knoxville.  He suggested it would be a great opportunity for us to get our shots for the Sunday Stills Challenge, and it was perfect.  Mother and son shooting up a storm.  Here are my selections from over 100 pictures I took.  Thanks Ed for a great time, and lunch too.

I plan on posting some more of my pictures from this lovely spot thoughout the week.

Have a fun and safe 4th of July holiday.


23 Responses to “Sunday Stills Challenge – Frame It!”

  1. Jeeze, I need take some modeling classes….:-)
    Great shots, I had a blast at the museum and viviting..:-)))

  2. very nice diane

  3. OMG, there’s Ed! What a hunk!

    Beautiful pictures, Dianne! Thanks for taking me along!

  4. What a wonderful place. I would have loved to been with yall. Great pictures.

  5. YOU JUST DID AWESOME!! Great picture of Ed too!

  6. Perfect! I love the shot with the fenceline. Oh, and Ed, you’re modeling is just fine! lol

  7. that zigzag fence make me dizzy just looking at it!

  8. Ha, ha. Awesome photos each of them but the first one is of course the best!

  9. The first one is perfectly framed! Well done Di 😀

  10. Good job! The one of Ed is priceless and I especially like the one with the zig-zag fence.

  11. willow witch Says:

    Hey, its Ed….. with his boonie and camara.. and he is in jail! What did he do now? looks like you had a good time.

  12. Pretty place and pretty pictures!

  13. Like Shirley said, the fence shot is awesome…and I love the pic of Ed…classic ;~)

    Looks like a great place to visit too.

  14. You and Ed? You his Mum?

    No wonder you knew what to do.

  15. Very nice, like the long fence shot. Well done.

  16. Looks like a neat place to wander taking photos and learning the history. What a bunch of great shots!

  17. You framed Ed perfectly..what a guy!! I also liked the zig zag fence..and the second one of the old cabin softly framed by the branches of the tree. I wanted to walk right up and see what was inside..that is a good photo! 🙂

  18. Really like the fence shot. And good shot of Ed :-).

  19. Wonderful pictures! I especially love the picture of the cabin from within another building. What a beautiful spot.

    “see ya” next Sunday.

  20. Awesome!! Looks like a fun day. I love the old fence.

  21. That looks like a great place to visit!

  22. aviewfromme Says:

    What an interesting looking place. Definitely lots of photo opportunities! Look forward to seeing more. Very hot up here in the Northeast. Last year we were getting rain every day and this year heat and dry. Go figure. ~Jeanne

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