*opens the curtains and lets the sunshine in* Greetings, humans of the earth! I hope you’re having a marvelous day. 😀
Today’s post is a rather rare occurrence – I have photography that actually goes together instead of the usual million-different-mixed-up-subjects. Hurrah! These photos are from a recent five-day trip to Nashville.
I wasn’t going to put a playlist in this post, but then I finished writing it and changed my mind. 😀 So… enjoy the music and photos!
I really love the way strangers look in black and white, so we’ll begin with some b&w street photography! I think I’ll just let these pictures speak for themselves, since words might distract from the potential stories they could tell. People always seem a bit more interesting when you don’t know anything about them.
Life in The City • The Lumineers
Last of My Kind • Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
Wandering Boy • Randy Newman
Salt and the Sea • The Lumineers
In The Light • The Lumineers
Just This • Birdtalker
My Life, My Love • Family & Friends
Texas Girl at the Funeral of Her Father • Randy Newman
Holdin’ Out • The Lumineers
So, the last three were my siblings, not strangers, but I find it so interesting that people were so caught up in their own worlds that they didn’t even notice a kid with a bright blue backpack pointing a loud camera at them. XD
Something to Love • Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
*waves to the fellow photographer* Here are a few more strangers that I didn’t put in b&w because I loved the colors in the photos.
Big Parade • The Lumineers
This guy made my day. Notice the skeptical lady in the background. 😀
And now…. beautiful downtown Nashville! ❤
Blackbird • The Beatles
If We Were Vampires • Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
Sleep On The Floor • The Lumineers
This was at the Tennessee state museum. Hooray for Drew Holcomb!
Something More Than Free • Jason Isbell
Are You Serious • Andrew Bird
Okay, that’s enough black and white. Behold the beautiful city colors!
Flowers in Your Hair • The Lumineers
See You Again • The Gray Havens
Ho Hey • The Lumineers
I hope that was an enjoyable change of scenery from my usual photography! I certainly enjoyed capturing these photos – I already miss being in Nashville. I’d love to hear your thoughts on favorite pictures, the songs I mentioned, or anything else you feel like sharing. Thank you so much for reading, as always!
Have a warm, restful remainder of your weekend. 🙂