Send flowers to tennessee : Autumn blooming flowers : Dried flowers arrangements.
Send Flowers To Tennessee
- Send Flowers is the debut album release from Black Lungs, the side project of Alexisonfire guitarist and backing vocalist Wade MacNeil. MacNeil's sound has been described as "the soundtrack for punk rockers, hip hoppers, pill poppers, young ladies and show stoppers."
- Tennessee is a U.S. state located in the Southeastern United States. It has a population of 6,214,888, making it the nation's 17th-largest state by population, and covers , making it the 36th-largest by total land area.
- A state in the central southeastern US; pop. 5,689,283; capital, Nashville; statehood, June 1, 1796 (16). It was the site of many Civil War battles, including those at Shiloh and Chattanooga
- a river formed by the confluence of two other rivers near Knoxville; it follows a U-shaped course to become a tributary of the Ohio River in western Kentucky
- a state in east central United States
- A river in the southeastern US, flowing in a great loop, generally west and then north, for about 875 miles (1,400 km) to join the Ohio River in western Kentucky
 past the narrow paths
Today is my birthday and so the challenge begins. i made the decision weeks ago that today I would start a 365. One of the most difficult parts of photography for me is capturing people. I took a photography course with Scott Kelby in 2006. He ended that course with a 365 challenge -- one self-portrait per day for a year. It was difficult, but I did it. I am now comfortable shooting and sharing self-portraits. My vision for this 365 is to begin with self-portraits, but incorporate portraits of other people as I get into the project... family, friends, strangers, co-workers. I want to become more comfortable shooting other people. Each of my 365 posts will include my thoughts, words from a poem, lyrics of a song, or a quote that draws my attention. Today, I begin with a quote from Divine Comedy by Dante. "My son, you've seen the temporary fire and the eternal fire; you have reached the place past which my powers cannot see. I've brought you here through intellect and art; from now on, let your pleasure be your guide; you're past the steep and past the narrow paths. Look at the sun that shines upon your brow; look at the grasses, flowers, and the shrubs born here, spontaneously, of the earth. Among them, you can rest or walk until the coming of the glad and lovely eyes-those eyes that, weeping, sent me to your side. Await no further word or sign from me: your will is free, erect, and whole-to act against that will would be to err: therefore I crown and miter you over yourself." [Virgil's last words to Dante as he gives Dante the power to guide himself. Canto XXVII, Purgatorio]. Click L to view large on black Click F to add as a favorite 8059
Angelica triquinata growing along the Appalachian Trail crossing over the Balds near Carver's Gap along the Tennessee - North Carolina border. These are curious flowers, being all green and very non-showy when it comes to large petals and gaudy colors, but they sure make up for it somehow. They were extremely popular with the bees and other pollinators in the area. The only reason I got a picture of one not crawling with insects is because of the drab and rainy weather that day. Curiously enough, the flowers are actually poisonous and its pollinators seem to become intoxicated after feeding on them, flying off erratically or even dropping to the ground for a while. But they keep coming back for more. I wonder what's up with that! They really must be enjoying whatever trip it sends them on. These plants seem to be abundant on the Appalachian Balds, but their range is limited to the higher elevations in the Southern Appalachians. They are considered endangered in Kentucky and Maryland.