I took these photos while visiting historical, Cades Cove in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park a few years back.
Looking back on them brought many good memories of the trip.
I took these shots with my old, trusty, Konica-Minolta digital.
As you can see, I especially liked the old buildings. I hope you like them too.
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This wagon has seen better times.
Beautiful split rail fence. Abe Lincoln would have loved it.
Looks like a stable with a field rake which was probably pulled by mules or horses.
Water wheel mills are always a popular subject for a photo.
Old barn and a water trough which leads to the mill above.
The trees were in bloom making for a beautiful backdrop.
This might have been a corn crib. Not sure. The wagon was rather picturesque.
Looks like this one is about to collapse.
The same barn as just above from afar.
Probably a storage barn for crops. I can’t recall.
This tree was outstanding in its field, so I had to take its picture.
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nice and cool 🙂
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