Project 52 Tennessee

A new year of Project 52

January 22, 2015
I had such a great experience with last year’s Project 52 series, I knew I wanted to do it again this year. I’m so excited for the theme I chose for 2015: Tennessee. Having just moved to this gorgeous state, I figured this would be a great way to document my first year here. I’m a few weeks late in regards to sharing weeks 1-3, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been exploring. There is so much beauty and detail here, I can’t wait to share it with you all!

Week One

“Two roads diverged in a wood and I- I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost

Week Two

“For fast-acting relief, try slowing down.” – Lily Tomlin 

Week Three

“I’ll fly over a rainbow, I’ll be sun kissed. Sail around the Planet Venus, and send a long letter way back home that says all that I know, all that I know.” – Patty Griffin, Blue Sky

Week Four

“If you’re feeling alright, we’ll take a drive up Victoria County Line. This old truck, she won’t take you to the moon. She’ll get you close.” – Flatacre, This Old Truck

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  • Love this! You're so inspiring!

  • This is so lovely! I love this idea and can't wait to continue it into this year. I'm so excited to see Tennessee through your eyes!

  • I am going to love this theme. I'm from Tennessee and lived there for 27 years before moving north. I still miss it almost daily.

  • What a cool idea! Beautiful shots!

  • Liz

    I love this!! Such amazing and beautiful photos…can't wait to see the rest and keep following along <3

  • LOVE. (just shoot me an email whenever you get a moment…you know, in your spare time)

  • Your photos are absolutely stunning.

  • Gorgeous! I want to spend more time in Tennessee. I've only ever driven through it going from north to south, but I really want to take a nice vacation there someday…

  • Yay! Great pics. I love the first one. Road of promise.

    I'm doing a Project 52 but without a theme…just snapping or using a photo from each Thursday.

  • 🙂 Thank you, Terra!

  • me too 🙂 Especially as it gets warmer and more colorful outside 😉

  • I'm so excited you're doing this too, Kendra. It's so fun to look back at all of your photos at the end of the year!

  • yay!! And I definitely will! 🙂 I plan on taking quite a few road trips end of summer.

  • 🙂 🙂 I'm so excited for this year's theme!!

  • you should, Kel! It's very rewarding and cool to see all of the photos at the end of the project!

  • aw! Well I will do my best to make you feel "at home" 🙂

  • Thank you! 🙂

  • Thanks, Liz! 🙂 I'm hoping to get out to one of the parks this weekend for some more photo taking… I have yet to go to any and they are everywhere here!

  • Thank you, Rebecca 🙂 I'm no pro but sure have fun doing it!

  • It's a beautiful state with the nicest people!

  • oooh! I can't wait to check out your photos! I've just been taking mine with my phone… which works, but maybe I'll pick up a real camera one of these days 😉

  • love this idea of doing the 52 project with a theme like this!

  • Great idea! The same way you crave a tropical vacation when you visit my blog, I crave a visit to Tennessee when I visit yours. It looks gorgeous.

  • What a fun idea! New to your blog, and am loving it!

  • Your photos are always so gorgeous!

  • What a great post! I love all the photos and quotes!

  • Are you going to do it too, Anne?!

  • 🙂 Well… I woke up to snow this morning – so you enjoy that sunshine, Tami!! 😉 haha

  • Hey Lori! So glad you stopped by 🙂 Will you be doing a photo series?!

  • Thanks, Valerie! 🙂

  • thanks, lady! Clearly I'm excited about this year's theme 😉

  • Great inspiration!

  • Thank you, Trish! 🙂

  • Yes, I think I will start it the first week of February. Thanks for the inspiration!

  • I love these photos! The one with the truck is so cool 🙂 I can't wait to follow along with your new Project 52!

  • Thank you! 🙂 I stopped traffic to pull over in order to take a picture of that truck. How could I have passed that one up though?! So classic 🙂