A Nashville Collage of Images

I was putting together a collage of images for a friend recently and at first I didn’t really have a theme or direction. There was a great reason to celebrate him so I thought why not use Nashville as the theme? It’s where he and I met and the city has been a big part of his adulthood (and mine), and it’s definitely related to this big thing he’s celebrating. I settled on the skyline because, if you’ve been to Nashville you know this, the skyline is really pretty. It’s got the “batman” building as the centerpiece but also the football stadium, river, and all the lights of Broadway. Too bad you can’t really see some of the iconic buildings anymore, unless you’re right next to them (*ahem* Ryman Auditorium) but the way Nashville has changed is a topic for another post. Anywho, at first just the skyline was enough for me to move forward with the project. But as time went by I wasn’t quite satisfied. I needed something to make it stand out, to make it a Ben Wilder original. So I started scouring my photos for other images I could use. I came up with the ones below. Part of each of these photos is represented in the final image. Can you pick out the concrete facade from the image below?

With a little time using Affinity Photo, I combined those 4 images into one and now it’s ready for my friend! Take a look and I hope you enjoy the final product as much as I do…

Thanks for dropping in…

-Out of the Wilderness


Published by Ben Wilder

Since 2005, I've called Nashville home. I'm the leader of the pack, which includes a 13-year-old beagle and an 11-year-old blue heeler mix. My days include writing, video editing, and other fun activities. Thanks for checking out my blog, I hope you enjoy it!

5 thoughts on “A Nashville Collage of Images

    1. sorry, I just saw this comment! Thanks for the compliment. Yes, Nashville is beautiful from the skyline to the countryside only a few miles outside of downtown. Do you have photos from Nashville online? I’d love to take a look!

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