1 PicADay Project: Day 113

My computer is still on the blink so here’s a photo that I found on my husband’s computer that I took last fall of a tree that is located in the office park where I work… I know it’s not fall but I do love this tree. 🙂

1 PicADay Project: Day 84

red tree with evergreens

Another beautiful red tree in Brentwood TN. I love fall! The colors will be gone in about another week. But then we get to think about Christmas…can’t wait.

1 PicADay Project: Day 83

I haven’t taken too many fall photos this year. I haven’t had the time. Here’s a tree in my office park that I snapped today. Beautiful color. I used the vivid setting on my Canon Powershot.

1 PicADay Photo #83 (Fall tree in TN)wm

1 PicADay Project: Day 55

1 PicADay Photo #55 (Natchez Trace TN)wmEven though the leaves have only just begun to change here in Tennessee this year, I pulled this photo out from last fall.  I took it on Natchez Trace Parkway on a Sunday afternoon when my son and I went for a drive.

Natchez Trace Parkway begins in Natchez, Mississippi and ends near Nashville TN.  It is only a two lane road with a speed limit of 40 miles per hour on one long stretch and never exceeding 50 miles per hour on the other portion.  It is a very pristine and beautiful drive and is 444 miles long.  Commercial vehicles are prohibited and it has numerous historical sites to see along the way.  Originally it was a game trail used by Natchez, Choctaw and Chickasaw peoples in the late 18th century.

I have a friend, Rick, who lives near the Trace that told me he drove it everyday for a few years to and from work.  He said he would turn on his music and just enjoy the peace and quiet of the landscape every morning and afternoon.

I have driven it from Nashville to Tupelo Mississippi with my mother-n-law and children and I might be a little biased but I think the Tennessee portion is the best.

1 PicADay Project: Day 41

There is a tree outside the building where I work and the leaves have begun to fall off.  I saw them on the sidewalk and noticed how colorful they were and that they had spots.  I think the spots are caused by bacteria but they add interest and beauty.   Did I mention Autumn is my favorite time of year? (Except for Christmas of course).

1 PicADay Project Photo #41 (Spotted Leaves)wm


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