Ronald Mason 668
Scottsboro, Alabama
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Kymulga Grist Mill Park, Talladega County, AlabamaKymulga Grist Mill ParkTalladega County, AlabamaRoad tripping in Alabama mill is closed covered bridge is located to the right of mill.Decatur, AlabamaDecaturAlabamaHiking along the Tennessee RiverCowan, TennesseeCowanTennesseeSpotted this on the way to a train tunnel in the Cumberland mountainGreeter Falls, Grundy County, TennesseeGreeter FallsGrundy County, TennesseeGood hike to this spot. The ice and snow made it interesting.Belvidere, TennesseeBelvidereTennesseeOdd things you find in TennesseDanville, New YorkDanvilleNew YorkFound this in the way to old cook stove restaurant in Danville , Al. Built in 1947.New Hope, AlabamaNew HopeAlabamaComing back from Guntersville caught this sunset above green mountainFlat Rock, AlabamaFlat RockAlabamaSunset in Flat Rock AlCullman, AlabamaCullmanAlabamaSpotted this from interstate 65 had to stopFlat Rock, AlabamaFlat RockAlabamaFlat rock AlGuntersville, AlabamaGuntersvilleAlabamaSunset in guntersville Alabama ironically off of Sunset DriveBelle Mina, AlabamaBelle MinaAlabamaMethodist Church in Belle MinaRiver Bend, Bedford County, TennesseeRiver BendBedford County, TennesseeBack roadsRiver Bend, Bedford County, TennesseeRiver BendBedford County, TennesseeCame upon this horse as I was traveling around the back roads of TennesseeHuntland, TennesseeHuntlandTennesseeOld church in Huntland TennesseeWinchester, TennesseeWinchesterTennesseeOld cigarette machine from the garage in Winchester Tennessee one of the oldest I have seen.Winchester, TennesseeWinchesterTennesseeInside a garage in Winchester Tennessee the owners nephew gave me a tour around they had lots of cool things gas pumps old phones cash registers etcPhil Campbell, AlabamaPhil CampbellAlabamaCreek running from Rainbow Falls at Dismals Canyon. Swinging Bridge in backgroundPhil Campbell, AlabamaPhil CampbellAlabamaChampion tree. This eastern Canadian hemlock is the first champion tree in Franklin County there were two champion trees until late storm destroyed...Phil Campbell, AlabamaPhil CampbellAlabamaSecret Falls. The water creating these falls flows from an underground mountain stream that opens onto the earth's surface about three quarters of...
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