I happened to see this rainbow out my kitchen window earlier in the week.
I'm switching from one computer to another and haven't been able to post as frequently, as everything has to be moved over or updated. Hopefully it will be worth it in the end, although I'm not sure I'll like Windows 8.

Skywatch Friday


Along the Edge

The Riverwalk clings to the riverbank between the Market Street and Walnut Street bridges.


Oar Detail

In the previous post I showed the many oars lined up along the river front. Each crew has their own pattern. These oars belong to Chattanooga Junior Rowing.



Each crew has their own distinctive oar pattern. This is a small section of oars lined up for the Hooch.


Hooch 2012

The Head of the Hooch is being held this weekend in Chattanooga. 2,000 boats are competing in the 5K head race. They are not all competing against each other, as there are over 80 separate races for all age groups and boat sizes.


Catching the Last Rays

Covenant College sits high in the sky, on Lookout Mountain. You can see it from miles away. I imagine the kids up there surveying all of us going about our business below as they procrastinate over completing their next assignment. At least that's probably what I would do with such a great view.

Skywatch Friday


November Theme Day: The Water's Edge

It is the first of November, which means it is Theme Day in the City Daily Photo community. This month's theme is The Water's Edge. If you look closely you can see a heron wading among the plants at the edge of the water. Watching these graceful birds is a relaxing way to end the day.

Check out other interpretations of theme day here. I've also added a new button on the top right sidebar to take you directly to the City Daily Portal.