I spent most of Wednesday in Franklin, TN with my camera. Not only was it a beautiful, beautiful day, but that town is so beautiful all on it's own. I love this "little" (if you know anything about Franklin, you know that it can't be described as "little"!) town. Actually, what i love is the 'old' part of Franklin; i would live there in a second if i could talk my sweet husband into braving the traffic to get to work each day.
I took so many pictures in Franklin but i am still getting use to this new camera of mine. Still so much to learn about light, angles, etc. It is a dream of a camera, though, but not surprising, some of my photos don't do the view justice.
Franklin has grown almost too fast, some folks say; but i will say that in the older part of Franklin, walking around with my camera, i forgot about the traffic and all of the growing pains that Franklin is known for. I spoke to neighbors visiting their neighbors, met a sweet couple from England, played with two Golden Retrievers and a cat, and just enjoyed the tree lined town. It was peaceful and oddly relaxing and simple to spend time walking through this area.
I'll be back to visit next week, camera in hand.