It takes a change of conditions to make things weathered. Rain, snow, wind, cold, hail, heat all things that can alter the way things look. Buildings and humans are both impacted and can become weathered, tired and ready for something new.
via Photo Challenge: Weathered
I have been challenged by a couple of my fellow bloggers to do a black and white photo challenge. Here is day four of the challenge.
Food for thought. What if this is all you had to eat today? #Episcopal #Live
Freshly made chicken and cheese quesadilla from the California Smothered Burrito food truck for lunch. #Live #Food
Working to bring in blood donors this morning. It’s work that saves lives. Proud to be a member of the Blood Assurance telerecruting team. #badonor @bloodassurance #Live
It’s really wet here on Tuesday morning in #Chattanooga #Live
All Saints Sunday at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in #Chattanooga Tennessee. Remembering all the saints who have gone on before us. #Episcopal #Anglican #allsaintsday #allsaints #Live
Inside McKenzie Arena for a exhibition college basketball game between the #Chattanooga Mocs and Francis Marion. #GoMocs #Live
Two row boats competing in the Head of The Hooch regatta in Chattanooga on the Tennessee River. #Live
Today I was at the ear doctor getting my left ear cleaned out which resolved a hearing problem. It was a weird feeling during the process but the end results were great. #Live