A short, white bridge on the Magnolia Plantation. This can be found along one of the trails bordering the marshes at the edge of the property. The views that one can find along this trail are simply exquisite. At the far corner of the property is a high wildlife viewing tower. With a proper zoom lens, one could take perfect shots of various birds as they live out their life amongst the reeds.
The sparkling drops of water flew through the air. Between the sound of seagulls and waves was the sound of a shutter clicking. Once, twice, thrice. It'd click repeatedly and repeatedly on the sprays of the waves. Had to make sure they were all in focus. That the shutter speed was fast enough. And most of all, that the spray just plain ol' looked good.
I traveled to Nashville last year on a trip with a friend. When I went again this year, I discovered that Music Row is not the bright, neon crowds of Broadway, but far away. Broadway is just Nashville's tourist row, and it is good at what it does. Attracting hundreds of thousands on New Years and the preceding night, it was like one giant, ongoing party. The colors stretch all the way down the street with tourists, people seeking to sell newspapers and goods, and everyone else in the city.