I love having a friend that understands that the only way I will see tourist spots in the city, is if she arranges a professional photoshoot that shoots at those exact spots..
My second day in Nashville was not quite as touristy as what most experience when they visit Nashville for the first time, although I did see the city’s most notable landmarks. My best friend and tour guide, Andrea, who knows me all too well, knows that I don’t enjoy traditional sight-seeing. I like seeing new places through the eyes of a local, and experiencing it the way a true Nashvillian (?) Nashville-ite (?) does every day. Although I guess most Nashville residents don’t participate in photoshoots on a daily basis.. Well, that’s neither here, nor there.
Through a friend of hers, Andrea was able to volunteer us for a professional photoshoot that coincidentally was happening the weekend I visited. Morris Visitor Publications was shooting for their newest magazine, and wanted a spread about working out/ staying fit in Nashville. Naturally, I wanted to participate (despite having not worked out in many many months), so I grabbed my leggings and Nikes and we hit the city.
Morris Publications is sending me a copy of the magazine in the next few weeks, so I’ll post some images if I end up being featured!
Check out the snapshot below of my second day in Nashville. A day full of photos, food and music is definitely a day well spent!
- Morris Visitor Publications athletic photoshoot
- Bicentennial Park
- John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge
- Ascend Amphitheater
- Dinner & Drinks @ Pinewood Social
- Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Concert @ Ascend Amphitheater