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Fountains Abbey At Twilight

I recently joined a Facebook group called “England from the Roadside” and submitted this as one of my first posts to the page:

Fountains Abbey – Yorkshire, England@Welcome2Yorks @GreatBritain @instagood

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Easter Morning, 2015

Yeah, I know, I’m late with this one… I posted it to Instagram on Easter Sunday, but didn’t remember to post it to the digest.
From my Celtic Pilgrimage to the UK in the spring 2013, this is the ruin of Linsifarne Priory, on the Holy Ilse off the coast of Northumberland – the cradle of Christianity in Northern England.

For your #Easter weekend: Lindisfarne PrioryThe cradle of Christianity in northern England (#Northumberland, to be precise)more at http://ift.tt/1koYz4J @GreatBritain @instagood #medieval #UK #medievalworld #UnitedKingdom #GreatBritain #travel #jesus, #christian, #religion #worship #ig_europe #photooftheday #thebest_capture #awe_inspiringshots #pro_ig #global_highlights #igworldclub #ig_select #editoftheday #capture_today #waycoolshots #featuremeinstagood @instagood #igcapturesclub #ig_masterpiece #ig_great_pics
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This Is Why I am “Driver49”

This is the 1949 Chevy Pickup that I got for myself back in 1999 when I sold songs.com to Gaylord Entertainment.  I don’t get to drive it much, it’s really a ridiculously impractical vehicle on today’s roads.  It starts to shake itself to death at about 55MPH.  I in the 15 years I’ve had this truck I have taken it on an interstate exactly once, and it was the scariest four miles I ever drove
But every spring, I take the truck across town in order to get my lawnmower serviced, and this year I went on a gorgeous beginning of spring day that just made driving an old truck with no radio a sheer pleasure.

What I’m driving around #nashvilleTN today. #chevy #oldtruck #antique #didsomethingright#nashville #nashvilleguru #igersnashville #heartnashville #nashvilleinstagram # #nashvillegram #nashvegas #tennesseeinstagram #tennessee #musiccityliving #musiccityusa #musiccity #615 #nashvillescene #nashvillelife
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Sally Taylor at TEDx Nashville

I was actually a little disappointed in the line up at this year’s TEDx conference… the acronym stands for “Technology, Entertainment, Design” – but this year’s lineup was light on those three elements and heavy on social issues.
One notable exception was this presentation by Sally Taylor about “The Beautiful Dilemma of Our Separateness.”  It was an interesting take on art and perception that I cannot do justice to.  I’ll post the video when they make it available.
I chatted with Sally a bit at a reception the evening before the conference.  I did not know at the time that her parents are James Taylor and Carly Simon.  I wonder what difference it would have made if I had known… ?

Sally Taylor @ConsensesArt @TEDxNashville

TEDx

Standing by for another year’s worth of cool ideas and inspiration @TEDxNashville
– I’m still quoting speakers from back in 2013.
@NashvilleTN

Tennessee State Capitol Building

Arriving early for the TEDx Nashville event at TPAC this past Saturday, I had a few minutes to wander around before the festivitives started.  The rising sun shone brightly on the Tennessee State Capital building, I got this nice shot and let my camera convert it to a vintage B&W look.
Funny, but 21 years now I’ve been living in Nashville and I’ve still never been inside this building…

TN State Capitol, waiting for the opening of @TEDxNashville

Moonshadows In The Snow

We had ice and snow for a couple of weeks at the end of February / beginning of March.
Somewhere in there, a full moon illuminated the white blanket our front yard had become, casting shadows from the trees:

Moonshadows against the snow