Sundays In My City

This week’s Sundays In My City pictures were taken during a family photo shoot at Centennial Park on West End. If you know anything about Nashville then you are, no doubt, familiar with Centennial Park. You can visit the link to learn about the park or you can read this description that I copied straight from the main page at the link. It is an excellent description.

Centennial Park is Nashville’s premier park. Located on West End and 25th Avenue North, the 132-acre features: the iconic Parthenon, a one-mile walking trail, Lake Watauga, the Centennial Art Center, historical monuments, an arts activity center, a beautiful sunken garden, a band shell, an events shelter, sand volleyball courts, two dog parks, and an exercise trail. Thousands of people visit the park each year to visit the museum, see exhibits, attend festivals, and just enjoy the beauty of the park.

We had a professional photo shoot done. I have posted some of those pictures previously. But the ones  I am sharing today feature some of the park features.

Jumping off the Parthenon steps

Family at one of the many playgrounds at Centennial Park

Most of these pictures are on Ron’s laptop (with him on an airplane somewhere between Charlotte and Chicago at this moment) but this is just sort of an introduction to Centennial Park in Nashville.

To take a pictorial tour of cities all over the world please visit Mami’s blog and view the other Sundays In My City entries. We’d love to take a tour of your city as well and would love to have you join us each week.



7 thoughts on “Sundays In My City

  1. My friend and I were just talking about how Nashville is in the news a lot lately as being a fabulous place to live. I haven’t been there in 30+ years but it looks like you’re having a great time there.
    Happy SIMC, jj

  2. Now that is my idea of a family photo! If the jumping shot is any indication, you must have had a fantastic day together.

    • We always have fun! We are a family who loves to pick at each other and laugh! Thank you for swinging by. I have a hundred errands to run but I will be making the blog round this evening when I sit down to blog. Do you have a blog?

  3. Ahhh ~ Nashville! Love that town! Went to college there and met many friends, including my wife. Many ot those friends still live in the Nashville area, including your family, of course! Both my children were born there. Thanks for sharing some of one of my favorite towns in the US!

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