Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #189 – Odds and Ends

Our challenge from Tina is to show images that never quite fit into a challenge category. I came up with a few images from my archives. The header image is from the Key West Cemetery.

In Savannah, when the azaleas are blooming and the Fountain in Forsyth Park turns green you know St. Patrick’s Day is almost here. These images were taken a few years ago.

Athens, Georgia is the home of the University of Georgia. It is also home to two interesting sights unique to Athens. A double barrelled cannon, the only one known of its kind, stands in front of City Hall. The Tree that Owns Itself grows in the middle of a quiet neighborhood.

I’ll end the post with images of the end of two U. S. Highways, U. S. 1 in Key West and U. S. 80 in Tybee Island, Georgia.

Many thanks to Tina for the challenge Lens’Artists #189: Odds and Ends

15 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #189 – Odds and Ends

  1. Hi – I enjoyed your odds and ends – and two favs are the “I told you I was sick” – and then of course the image at the end of US1 – mile marker zero. I finally had the chance to visit key west a few years ago and I think it has a special charm just for that reason alone – that it is the end of US 1!

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      1. that is pretty awesome to be at both the beginning and the end – and then to share about various trips on the ol’ blog – so we get to travel with you a bit!

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