Welcome back and apologies for the interruption in service. Seems like those pesky supply chain problems affect everything.
Anyway, I’m back to share some photographs I made on a recent trip to the quirky little town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, home to the most haunted hotel in the US, many interesting engineering and architectural feats, a thriving artist community, and the seven story Christ of the Ozarks statue.
pictured left: home on a rock; pictured center: Jesus with a hump back; pictured right: man viewing specimens of real (but not live) human body parts in the basement/morgue of my hotel.
But aside from these curious sightings I also found the real reason for the trip – beautiful fall color.
As an added bonus, I also discovered some classic black and white images.
On the way home I spent the night in an impressive Victorian B&B in Little Rock.
Then, when back in Tennessee, I stopped to photograph cotton fields:
Except for some brief interludes, I’ve always lived in the South. You’d think I’d tire of cotton fields, but I don’t. I still stop to photograph them. There is beauty and/or intrigue in everything; well, maybe not in the chiggers.
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Lovely, Mary. Thanks for sharing!
I am so glad to see a blog from you! I LOVE them! And I want to visit this quirky little town soon!
Beautiful as always, Mary. come visit us in the Golden Isles of Georgia and bring your camera!
Great pics! Wish I could see them larger.
Great to see you back! I love your blogs, and your photos! 🙂