Day 1 Mural and Honky Tonk Photo Tour by Willis Chung
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  1. Willis Chung's Gallery
  2. 2018Aug Nashville
  3. Day 1 Mural and Honky Tonk Photo TourDay 1 Mural and Honky Tonk Photo Tour
Walking parallel to the Cumberland River in the central business district in Nashville.
AT&T building is a good landmark for where we parked the car.
We had a nice lunch here! BBQ ribs and chicken. Mmmmm!
Strolling past many bars and pubs.
We meet Susan, our photo tour guide, who knows where the murals are. Our first pair of murals.
Two big murals in the 5th Avenue N alley between Church and Commerce streets.
The artist's signature. Nice that the murals are respected as pieces of art.
The mural further back: Downtown Presbyterian duo of murals, artist Tavar Zawacki
5th Avenue N alley between Church and Commerce streets
Superwide action with the murals.
Peggy and Susan figuring out what to do next.
Blue trucks and the blue mural work well together with the blue shirt.
Susan and the blue mural.
Susan figuring out what poses to do with the big mural.
Life imitating art!
Susan working the poses.
Fun with art and photography!
Daisies make their appearance!
Striking a pose with daisy shades.
Flip up daisy shade! Awesome!
Loving the combination of mural and modelling.
Going for the urban look photoshoot.
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Daisy and mural action.
Daisy sunglasses and brick background.
There's the pose!
Celebrating the mural
Mirroring the pose in the mural.
This truck is really clamped!
The red area really brightens up the parking lot.
Old reflected in the new
Downtown dog mural, artist Herakut. 204 6th Ave. N (side of Nashville Finance Co.)
Pigeons taking off over the mural as I work the fisheye perspective.
The Nashville City Center building to the left and the Fifth Third Center building ahead.
Pigeons watching us from high above.
Mural along the side of the Nashvill BCycle building across the alley.
View of both murals across the parking lot, with the Cumberland On Church Apartments to the left.
Downtown Presbyterian Church with the Viridian Apartments behind it. 505 Nashville to the right.
The Downtown Presbyterian Church, with the Viridian Apartments behind it.
Downtown Presbyterian Church surrounded by modern buildings.
Downtown Presbyterian Church turret contrasting with the Fifth Third Center
Rivive! mural, artist Beau Stanton, 5th Avenue N and Commerce Street.
Peggy showing Susan some photos of art installations on her phone.
The Beau Stanton mural adorning the Blush store.
Beau Stanton mural and the AT&T building.
Fellow pedestrians hamming it up for me.
A giant new development happening on 5th Avenue and Broadway.
Late summer flowers and insects. Didn't have my macro with me.
Panda power!
Back alley entrances for the honky tonks on Broadway.
A sea of humanity seen from 5th Avenue North.
Walking parallel to the Cumberland River in the central business district in Nashville. AT&T building is a good landmark for where we parked the car. We had a nice lunch here! BBQ ribs and chicken.  Mmmmm! Strolling past many bars and pubs. We meet Susan, our photo tour guide, who knows where the murals are. Our first pair of murals. Two big murals in the 5th Avenue N alley between Church and Commerce streets. The artist's signature. Nice that the murals are respected as pieces of art. The mural further back: Downtown Presbyterian duo of murals, artist Tavar Zawacki Superwide action with the murals. Peggy and Susan figuring out what to do next. Blue trucks and the blue mural work well together with the blue shirt. Susan and the blue mural. Susan figuring out what poses to do with the big mural. Life imitating art! Susan working the poses. Fun with art and photography! Daisies make their appearance! Striking a pose with daisy shades. Flip up daisy shade!  Awesome! Loving the combination of mural and modelling. Going for the urban look photoshoot. DSC_4995 Daisy and mural action. Daisy sunglasses and brick background. There's the pose! Celebrating the mural Mirroring the pose in the mural. This truck is really clamped! The red area really brightens up the parking lot. Old reflected in the new Downtown dog mural, artist Herakut. 204 6th Ave. N (side of Nashville Finance Co.) Pigeons taking off over the mural as I work the fisheye perspective. The Nashville City Center building to the left and the Fifth Third Center building ahead. Pigeons watching us from high above. Mural along the side of the Nashvill BCycle building across the alley. View of both murals across the parking lot, with the Cumberland On Church Apartments to the left. Downtown Presbyterian Church with the Viridian Apartments behind it. 505 Nashville to the right. The Downtown Presbyterian Church, with the Viridian Apartments behind it. Downtown Presbyterian Church surrounded by modern buildings. Downtown Presbyterian Church turret contrasting with the Fifth Third Center Rivive! mural, artist Beau Stanton, 5th Avenue N and Commerce Street. Peggy showing Susan some photos of art installations on her phone. The Beau Stanton mural adorning the Blush store. Beau Stanton mural and the AT&T building. Fellow pedestrians hamming it up for me. A giant new development happening on 5th Avenue and Broadway. Late summer flowers and insects.  Didn't have my macro with me. Panda power! Back alley entrances for the honky tonks on Broadway. A sea of humanity seen from 5th Avenue North.
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