August 13th, 2015
Here is a shot I've always wanted to take of the Bristol Train Station. It had never worked because of light pole and it's associated glare in the way, until a hit-and-run driver knocked it down with their truck on Tuesday evening (visible laying on the ground behind the orange cones).
South Holston Dam Visitor's Center
Bristol Sign and Christmas Tree
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Bristol Sign and Rainbow
Print of the Week 7/28/14
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Union Station Spire
Union Station's spire in downtown Bristol with a full moon on a cloudy summer night.
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57 and a Warbonnet
A 57 Chevy crosses the tracks at State Street with the Bristol Train Station and a rare BNSF Warbonnet in the background.
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Print of the Week 3/10/14
The abandoned railroad depot in Limestone, TN.
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Greg Booher is an internationally published photographer (most recently in National Geographic Guide to the Night Sky) from Bristol, Tennessee. The beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains of East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia are his home. For more about me, read my interview on RAW