Hey, y’all! Welcome to today’s Fall Foliage Report–which is all about historic Jonesborough, the oldest and most darling town in Tennessee. After a very busy weekend of mini adventures, it was good to get away to my favorite go-to place for inspiration…not to mention Jonesborough has some pretty fabulous places to shop for everything from candy to antiques.
Enough chit chat–it is time to sit a spell with a good cup of coffee and enjoy SSL’s Fall Foliage Report from downtown Jonesborough.
Downtown Jonesborough is alive with Fall colors and decorations.
I love this display outside of the Courthouse.
Y’all know how much I love pumpkins *smile*
Burst of color outside the Jonesborough Presbyterian Church
If you look closely, you can see the Presbyterian Church through the brightly colored leaves.
This was taken last year when we came to Johnson City to house hunt. Our realtor told us about Jonesborough, and we decided to take a little tour–and I am so glad we did!
Christopher Taylor House in historic downtown Jonesborough
Orange peeking over
The tipty top of the Courthouse peeking through the Fall colors
Outside the Chester Inn–which was built in the late 1790’s
Clear blue sky as the backdrop for the dancing fall foliage.
The leaves are beginning to drop…one by one…oh, how fun it is to dance in the falling leaves!
The shades of oranges and yellows against the blue sky is simply breathtaking.
Photos cannot capture the splendor of Autumn’s hues.
Looking up at the sun–filtered by Nature.
There is not much time left to see Nature’s spectacular autumnal fireworks show.
Fall Foliage + American Flag = God Bless America
There is still a little bit of green holding on.
If I had to pick a favorite photo from today’s adventure, this one would be it. I thought it turned out pretty well considering I know nothing about the hubby’s fancy camera. I can only shoot it on auto *smile*
I am super proud of this shot because I got down on the ground (living on the wild side *wink*) to take this picture.
One more from the ground looking up through the sea of bright orange leaves. I had shifted just a little bit to capture more sunlight. I like to think I accomplished something pretty nifty for a novice photographer who shoots on auto and hopes for the best *smile*
Thanks so much for sitting a spell with me today as we chatted about the Fall Foliage of historic Jonesborough, Tennessee. Y’all must add this charming town to your bucket list of places to visit.