Following up our last post, 20 Tips for Better Smileys — a.k.a Selfies, we thought we’d suggest some great locations to put your new skills to work. We are so blessed to live in such a culturally rich and beautiful locale, it’s not hard to come up with lots of great locations to suggest. The hard part, was narrowing the list for this post, and trying to keep it somewhat unique. So here’s a short list of great locations to take some interesting Selfies — a.k.a., Smileys...
This vintage brick factory is dripping with history and photographic charm. Visit Antique Archaeology while you are there!
1305 Clinton St, Nashville, TN 37203
Visit a Pumpkin Patch!
As we roll into the Fall there are many pumpkin patches to choose from. This picture was taken at Walden Farm. Another favorite is Gentry's Farm in Franklin. Both fun and photogenic!
Puckett’s is a local favorite for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Plenty photogenic anytime, but if you can snap a selfie during a Songwriter’s night performance, all the more Nashville chic!
Puckett’s Grocery and Restaurants
- 120 4th Ave S, Franklin, TN 37064
- 500 Church St, Nashville, TN 37219
Sometimes you don’t have to venture out of your own backyard to get a great smiley. Downtown Franklin is one of the most photographed locations in all of Tennessee. If you can’t snap a great pic here, something’s wrong!
The NEW Sounds Stadium
Officially First Tennessee Park, the new Sounds Stadium is a colorful location guaranteed to yield a great family smiley!
First Tennessee Park
401 Jackson St, Nashville, TN 37219
The world famous Printers Alley in downtown Nashville is experiencing a bit of a revival. Connecting Church Street to Commerce Street between 3rd and 4th, this historic location is rich with great photo opportunities!
If you haven’t visited Arrington Vineyard, you are missing a slice of heaven. A beautiful vista, good friends, music and drink make for a fun afternoon and another great place to stage a perfect selfie.
6211 Patton Rd, Arrington, TN 37014
Rock Bottom Brewery Rooftop
Hiding in plain site, the rooftop deck at Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery (formerly Big River) at the end of Broadway, offers a unique angle overlooking Honky Tonk Row. Catch it at dusk when the lighting is the most magical!
Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery
111 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37201
Nash-Vegas Night Lights
Whether a tourist or local, it’s hard to beat the night lights of downtown Broadway for color, whimsy and interesting photographic opportunities. Great photographic backdrops in every direction. It's hard to miss!
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