I love walking around a new city (semi-aimlessly) and just taking in all the new sites and sounds. Staying in Downtown Nashville proved to be such a great spot to explore some beautiful art installations, intriguing architecture and rich historical sites. A couple of afternoons and evenings, I'd take a solo trek around the city with my camera, finding so many different beautiful things to see.
At the end of bustling Broadway, the Water Front Park has a few amazing points of view. Ghost Ballet for the East Bank Machineworks is a large red "dancing" sculpture beside the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge. To the left, Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennessee Titans, glimmers in the evening light. Not to mention the dozens of lively restaurants and eateries nearby!
On the way to the Frist Center one day, I stumbled upon some fantastic architecture in these cathedrals and churches. Beautiful, ornate buildings were everywhere I turned (and some were built back in the early 1800s)!
If you were to ever get lost in a city, Nashville would be the one you want it to be in!