Bill Monroe At The Ryman

The Birth of Bluegrass

While in Nashville I walked by this statue quite a bit. Because of the construction the path by the Ryman was my preferred path to get to the stadium. Besides if you can walk to work past the Ryman Auditorium then why wouldn’t you? On my off day I made this photo of the Bill Monroe statue outside of the famous auditorium. Because it was fairly early in the morning I had the statue all to myself so I could play a little. I loved this composition with the guitar neck right up by my lens. This was one of my favorite photos from the photowalk around the downtown area.

The Week In Photos

My time in Nashville was pretty amazing. When NCAA sites were being talked about this was the site that I was rooting for. There was a reason for that. I wanted to explore a bit more than I was able to the last time that I was down there. My week in photos from that time was pretty fun to put together as it was a fun week to be a photographer. You can see my favorite photos from a fun week here on my Exposure site.

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