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This is a Westerly view of I 40 and the Blue Ridge Mountains from exit 94 at Dysartsville Road. I travel this route often and find this view inspirational.
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Taken downtown Asheville last weekend.
I hope y'all had a wonderful Halloween and you're not feeling the overindulgence this morning. I had to work yesterday and it was nuts, people are crazy especially on holidays. :-)
It's pouring down rain here today and looking and feeling like Fall has arrived. Have a wonderful weekend. :-))
I took this image of Asheville, NC right as the sun was setting, I shot it with my Canon 70D. I adjusted the temperatures using Lightroom 5.
My home base for three nights during this trip. A good hotel in a great location - right in the middle of downtown Asheville with a covered garage right next door.
North Carolina, Tennesse and Virigina Road Trip May 26 - June 1, 2017
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A bridge over the French Broad River in W. Asheville, NC. Hasselblad, 80MM lens on
Ilford FP4 Plus, scan from print. © 2010 Charles Bosio All Rights reserved
BLU T31 pulls into the Norfolk Southern yard in asheville, NC after receiving permission from the tower.
As mentioned by my friend Michael (Leave No Clues) this is a scene on the entrance drive into Biltmore Estates in Asheville, NC
Between two buildings, Lexington Ave.
Lomo Holga 120N, Fujicolor Pro 400H, commercial developing.
ASHEVILLE NC: So, the BIG day came when Peter, Paul, and Maury landed their dream gig at The Flat Iron downtown on Wall Street. Unfortunately for them, they didn't realize that this corner was haunted by one Cedric Cropsey, the notorious sous chef and mass murderer.
Nor did they understand that Cedric returned to Wall St periodically to scare tourists, UNC-Asheville undergrads, and Thomas Wolfe devotees. The word is that YOU can see Cedric if you keep an open mind, say a prayer, and stare at the Flat Iron.
Last Friday, in the middle of their closing song, a teenaged girl let out a shriek and fainted. Maury stopped playing, turned to his right, and spotted an ashen-faced Cedric standing motionless behind Peter.
Maury shrieked. Peter and Paul fainted. The gathered crowd ungathered quickly and ran to the Haywood Ave subway where later they were spotted hopping a train to Charlotte.
After the corner cleared, Cedric walked calmly to the open violin case and removed every penny tossed in by the passersby.
Odds are Cedric will return to The Flat Iron before Halloween.