Friday, September 22, 2017

Willy Nilly Friday, September 22, 2017

Willy Nilly Friday 5, Sky Watch Friday, Good Fences, and Floral Friday Fotos

1. Sunset (Sky Watch Friday)
Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, September 15, 2017
I was fortunate to get a photo of the sun just seconds before it slipped below the horizon.

2. Farming
Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, September 11, 2017
Milo (Grain Sorghum) is grown to make feed for cattle and other livestock. Sometimes it is left in the field for wild animals to feed on in the Winter.

Large and small animals (large deer down to the smallest mouse) will be happy if this is left standing in the field.

3. Log Cabin (Good Fences Around The World)
Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, September 11, 2017
When we visited Shiloh National Military Park, I was struck by the beauty of this scene.

4. Tennessee River
Pickwick, Tennessee, USA, September 11, 2017
Whenever we go to Pickwick Lake we enjoy watching the traffic on the Tennessee River.

The 'River Titan' was taking empty barges down the Tennessee River towards the Ohio River, but there are numerous places along the way where it might be stopping to get a load. The Tennessee River turns from its westward course and begins to flow north at Pickwick, so downstream is north, the opposite of what you might think.

5. Begonia (Floral Friday Fotos)
Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, September 19, 2017
Wax Begonias, Begonia semperflorens, are annual plants that can be kept indoors through the cold months to bloom outside again the next year. I take my potted flowers indoors during the Winter. It seems cruel to leave them out to freeze after their beauty has given me such pleasure all Summer.

I hope you have a wonderful week-end!

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  1. ...thanks for the views from your neck of the woods.

  2. Lovely photos ~ that sunset is dazzling ~ wow! ~ thanks, ^_^

    (A ShutterBug Explores)

  3. From the amazing sunset on, all wonderful!

  4. Lea - I love the picture from the military park - the composition with the fence and the barn in the background is wonderful!

  5. Hello, gorgeous sunset capture. I like the view of the military park and the lovely river scenes. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

  6. The sunset shot is wonderful, and I really like the beauty of the Shiloh military park.

  7. What a sunset - never have seen pink. I also liked the composition of the Shiloh capture. Shiloh is on my Civil War bucket list.

  8. The sunset -- wow!! Stunning! I visited Shiloh years ago ... how peaceful and quiet it is now and loved the fences. Happy Friday!

  9. Loved your photos....the shot of the setting sun is spectacular

  10. Beautiful images! Thanks for sharing these highlights. Happy Friday!

  11. Awesome photos! I love seeing the grain sorghum...saw some on my visit to Virginia this past week!

  12. The colors of the sunset are stunning.

  13. I love your pink sun, great capture. I love watching barges. We have them here in Oklahoma on the Arkansas River, way downstream of Tulsa.

  14. Wow on that sunset shot.
    The boats on the river would be fun to see as well.
    I've never seen Sorghum before, what an interesting crop.

  15. That sunset is amazing! Great pictures! Thanks for linking up with Willy Nilly!


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