My photography musings.

Posts tagged “parks

Nature is the Art of God.

With the weather being so lovely outside, I can’t help but crave the outdoors. One of my favorite outdoor adventures is hiking and camping. I honestly don’t get to do it nearly as much as I would like, but I hope to change that in the future!

 

Fall Creek Falls is one of the best and closest places to hike near Nashville. With 20,000 acres, Fall Creek Falls is considered one of the most scenic and spectacular outdoor recreation areas in America!Fun fact: I love climbing on rocks.This picture was taken in the fall. The leaves at Fall Creek Falls are absolutely stunning.Do you have any favorite spots you like to go hiking? Let’s hope this weather is here to stay. 🙂


Peace. Love. Photography.

With each new blog post, I feel like my

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| originality |

is shrinking. I chose to base this entry on some of my favorite shots throughout the few years I’ve adopted photography as a hobby. Meet one of my best friends: Ben Jenkins. We have been friends since eighth grade; he is a Studio Art major at Oklahoma Christian University. We have the same camera and whenever we happen to be in the same city at the same time (which is a rarity these days), we embark on photo adventures.

There’s my brother. Although this image makes him look like a chain-smoker, he certainly is not. I took this photo one day at Percy Warner Park. Converting it to b&w was a must.

I love Nashville. This is one of the best shots I’ve gotten of the skyline. I took this photo last fall semester when my Ethos Photography House Church went downtown for a photo-taking party. If you’ve lived in Nashville for a few years and still feel like you don’t really know the city, go explore. We live in a very diverse city, full of good music, original restaurants, top-notch shopping and picturesque parks.

What is your favorite aspect of Nashville?