Tuesday, September 20, 2011

 The Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee.
 Chester Inn in Jonesborough, Tennessee.
 Hart/Phelan House in Memphis, Tennessee.
Cades Cove Crib Barn in Cades Cove, Tennessee.
 Indian Village. 
 Marble Springs Governor John Sevier house in Knox County, Tennessee. 
York Mill in Pall Mall, Tennessee. 
The kitty justice is they are so detailed and if you look closely you can say you have seen several sights in Tennessee. More tomorrow. 

6 comments:

Patty said...

Someone certainly has a lot of patience to put together items this small. They look very real.

Merle said...

Dear Dianne~~ Sorry I haven't been around for a while, but have now caught up on all your wonderful photos, all the buildings and the gardens - all terrific. Thank you for sharing and also for the Joke you sent 'You've got mail'.
Glad you enjoyed the "He said" jokes
and the story about loving people, not things. Take good care Dianne
May you have enough. Love and Peace,
Merle.

DUTA said...

Lovely miniatures!
I'm falling in love with Tennessee through your pictures.

Small City Scenes said...

Wow this is really neat. I wish I was there viewing with you. MB

Changes in the wind said...

I want a house just like that last photo:)

Lady Di Tn said...

Patty
I think the folks who do anything small must be born with PATIENCE GALORE. peace

Merle
Glad you have had time to catch up. Wishing you enough too. Peace and love

Duta
Tennessee is a wonderful state. At one time a slogan was coined the three states of Tennessee, because West TN is flat, Middle Tn is hilly and East TN has the mountains. Something for everyone. Peace

MB
Come on down as it will be on display through December. Peace

Monica
Maybe if we pour water on it will become life size. That one is Sgt. Alvin York's home, you might remember the film where A Murphy played him. We have a statue of him in front of the Capital Bldg here in Nashville. Peace