Friday, September 29, 2017

Willy Nilly Friday 5 No. 145

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An old steele bridge...this one is in Franklin County

At the entrance of the Booker T Washington National Monument ...when you think about it, this wasn't all that long ago...

Making candles

Musicians at the Boone's Mill Apple Festival

A colorful vendor also at the Boone's Mill Apple Festival

That's my 5 this week friends! I hope you will join in too! Post 5 randoms, link back and visit others! Have a great weekend :)


  1. Hello,Tany,
    Your Five photos are lovely.Especially I like the third"making candles",which is telling some stories in the tranquil. Thank you for sharing the photo of the Booker T Washington National Monument. I googled to know more about its history.
    Thank you for hosting. Have a good weekend!

  2. Very nice photos. My favourite is "making candels"... i love the quilt in the backround. And the last makes me smile - so colorful cloth!
    have a nice weekend

  3. I looked at the bridge at the top and thought, hmm, we don't have any bridges quite like that. Then I realised that we don't have many rivers either, so that is probably why. I might find one on the Murray River if I looked hard enough. A lovely green photo :D

    Photo number two gives me chills.

    The last photo has me wanting to buy some of those rainbow clothes. I have a daughter who would love them and I'm pretty sure I'd find something for me too.

    Thank you so much for sharing and hosting.

    Have a great weekend.

    Best wishes,

  4. Great photos!
    I love those kinds of festivals!
    Have a great week-end!

  5. I really like that bridge...probably because such bridges were more common when I was a kid. I'm wondering about what appears to be a yellow boom...perhaps there was some kind of spill there than needed to be contained. Re Booker T., no we haven't come very far and today the racists are energized and raising their ugly heads in public in a way that I thought I'd never see again. Now that last photo: Who would ever buy such clothing. It looks like that guy fell into a tie-dye vat! :) Enjoy your weekend.

  6. Wonderful Festival shots! What a great time! No, not long ago at all...I actually have a photo of me at age 3 sitting on my great grandmother's lap and she was a child during the War. It blows your mind!

  7. Wohoo - I must have a colorful dress!
    Time flies so fast, the history is often not so long ago, I agree.
    Enjoy your weekend

  8. The bridge is gorgeous! It must be very old. Wow, that guy is wearing tie dye from head to toe! And selling it, too. He is his own walking advertisement. This looks like an Amish or Old Order Mennonite candle maker...pretty quilt behind him.

  9. Great five, Tanya! I love the quilt too in the photo with the candle maker.
    Great festival!
    Thanks for hosting!

  10. Cool old bridge.
    Watching the Candlemaker must have been interesting.
    I enjoy listening to bands at festivals too.
    Tie Dye is so colorful.

  11. There aren't many of those old steel bridges left. The tie dye guy made me smile!

  12. A great group of photos. I wonder how well the candles burn......hmmmmm....everytime I use a taper candle it turns into such a waxy mess. :)

  13. I enjoy listening to bands at festivals too.



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