Farmers Market as seen from Bicentennial Park. Downtown Nashville, Tennessee.
View from the end of the park looking towards the Tennessee Capitol Building. Each of the columns has a bell that chimes to a synchronized tune every hour.
Falls over Molokai (by Natural World Gallery)
The lone walker in Bicentennial Park. Downtown Nashville, Tennessee. I made serious adjustments in PaintShop Pro to demonstrate a more dramatic/surreal effect.
This is one of the monuments at Bicentennial Park of a marble sphere of the world. Usually the water is turned on from below, allowing someone to rotate it with little effort.
Tennessee State Capitol Building atop a bright green hill, even in the winter. Also, an extended Nashville MTA bus driving by.
The stone wall you see here was used as a line of defense during the Civil War. The line stretched all the way from Granny White Pike to Franklin Road.
This is another angle of the creek that was posted earlier. The photo was taken last summer, so all of the foliage is probably gone now.
This creek runs through parts of Oak Hill, a suburb in South Nashville. Oak Hill is completely residential with no commercial establishments, and even though it is about 10-15 minutes from Downtown, it has many serene qualities such as Radnor Lake. This is one of the wealthiest parts of Nashville.
Interesting composition of Nashville highrises with the Batman Building standing out among the rest. This was taken from the observation deck next to the courthouse Downtown.
There is a giant mound of leaves/brush where beavers have built their home. Amazingly, this was taken right downtown on 1st Avenue.
LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans, as seen from 1st Avenue Downtown Nashville with the Cumberland River running through the middle.
Statue of Timothy Demonbreun looking towards the city with his back to the Cumberland River on First Avenue.
An open green separating West End Avenue from a long row of office buildings.