Big sky on I-81

25 06 2009

I shot this image Tuesday afternoon en route from our trip to Nashville. We drove down the previous week to get set up to photograph the Hearing Loss Association of America Convention 2009, June 18-21. We had a great time meeting and photographing so many HLAA members. We also got three new covers in the hopper—member Lois Johnson from Houston, Texas; member (Ret.) Cpt Mark Brogan from Knoxville, Tennessee; and member Jennifer Thorpe and her family from the Nashville area. There will be lots of photos and stories coming right up! As my dad ( always writes, “I’ll get back to you later with more details.”

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.

I81 Scenic lorez



4 responses

25 06 2009
TKOT (thekingoftexas)

This is an outstanding photograph—it’s beautifully composed, and worthy of matting and mounting in a vintage, narrow-sided flat-black frame.

How do you manage to find these images?

I was immediately drawn to the path that leads the viewer into the picture. The path begins at the lower right corner and continues uphill to the low-lying clouds on the left, the first of three cloud formations leading upward. Starting from the lower right corner, the viewer’s gaze goes left, then right, then another left and another right—another photo to add to your collection of stairways to heaven.

I’m not quite ready for the stairway, but I wouldn’t mind an afternoon nap in the shade of that tree near the center.

25 06 2009

Love the blue sky, and the way you crop the photo.
This nature looks very Danish.

26 06 2009

This is stunning. Love the hill and the sky.

26 06 2009

Very nice!

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