I wander around the wilderness behind the house every day, almost. I take a lot of photos of mushrooms, wildflowers, insects, leaves and anything else in nature, especially unusual or seldom noticed things. The wilderness is located in the northeast corner of Alabama. It's on the Cumberland Plateau, which is toward the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains.
Monday, October 17, 2011
The Road To Kentuck
This weekend just past Suzan and I travelled to Northport, Alabama to participate in Kentuck Festival of the Arts. It is a dynamic art show and we had a memorable experience being a part of it. Here are a few photos, starting with our drive down there.
Out of the Wilderness, Into the Fog.
We left home bright and early Friday morning. This is on the way there, not far from home.
Large Man Filled with Hot Air
We travelled a few back roads to get to Birmingham. When we got there, I spotted this large hot-air filled man floating over the city. He must be a politician. Probably floated up from Montgomery.
We arrived at Kentuck Park. It was a beautiful day.
This is me dancing with a red gridwall. This clutter soon turned into our booth display.
This is actually from the second day, so a lot of our art had already found new homes. It was a great art show and a great weekend.