Friday, May 14, 2010

Odds n' Ends

I've been fighting a bout of pneumonia for the past couple of weeks and haven't been able to get out much to take pictures. There are so many things I want to capture with my camera now that spring is fading into summer here in Mississippi, and I hope to be back "on the road again" soon.

Until then ... I'd like to share some "odds and ends" photos from my collections.

Old gas pump in a shed in the Mississippi Delta

Mont Helena Plantation near Rolling Fork, Mississippi

Old Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad Depot in Vicksburg

A grumpy cow picture

Blue Ridge Mountains near Blue Ridge, Georgia

Monument in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Vicksburg, Mississippi

Lagniappe on a country road in Warren County, Mississippi

Country road in Middle Tennessee

It's always fun to go back and look at old pictures and remember where, when, and how I captured them. Hopefully, I will have some new photos and adventures to share soon.


Loui said...

Thanks Janie..
I to tend to do the very same thing with my pics..
sometimes the second viewing is even better than the first!
warmest hugs..
prayers for a speedy recovery!
Loui♥ i

racheld said...

Anything you post---now, then, or leftovers---is always beautifully captured and evocative of many, many lovely things.

Feel better soon, and enjoy your Summery weather!

Deb said...

I hope you get better soon...and back on the road...I always enjoy your have a wonderful eye for beauty....

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

I'm sorry you aren't feeling well, I know how you feel. I usually suffer from at least 1 bout of pneumonia every Spring. I love your pictures and enjoy seeing them over and over. Get well soon and you'll be back on the road before you know it.

Carolyn said...

I loved looking at your album...always such beautiful pictures. You captured beauty that touched my heart. Pray you are well soon and taking more beautiful pictures.

9405018--Pat said...

Hope you feel better soon take care of yourself.....Pat H

The Quintessential Magpie said...

I'm sorry you're not feeling well, Janie, and I hope you are back up and at 'em soon. Loved your pics as always.


Sheila :-)