Monday Window – March 23, 2020

Driving through Nashville

Just two photos from Nashville, Tennessee.

Well, when I got this far I realized that I would be short-changing my friends and visitors. To just show two photo from Nashville, THE Nashville, borders on torture.

So I went back to my archive, these are photos from three years ago, and picked up a few more.

Some really colorful windows. A pano looking along the Cumberland river and a few street scenes.

Click on the small images to see them larger.

But wait. There is more!

Here a building with not a single window showing. Yes, it doe look familiar. Nashville is home to a full-size reconstruction of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece. Not as it is today, but as it might have been some to millennia ago.

Parthenon, Nashville

Am I allowed to show this in Monday Windows? Well, with my frequent “fake windows”, “no windows” might not be a complete misfit.

Enjoy!


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