Stop What You're Doing and Take a Field Trip
The Ceiling of the Union Station Hotel
Gorgeous old tile floors - Union Station Hotel
Incredible carving detail in the limestone - Union Station Hotel
Beautiful iron railing - Union Station HotelOver the course of the next several hours, I actually learned about these incredible sites I had passed hundreds of times, but had never bothered to really study them and look to them for inspiration. By the end of the field trip, I was completely energized and mesmerized both with visual stimulation as well as this newfound knowledge I hadn't had before. What a gift!
Stunning limestone and carved wood in the Christ Church Cathedral
A steel vision - John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge
Underside of Pedestrian Bridge
Gorgeous view of the pedestrian walkways next to the Cumberland RiverPeople, take a field trip. Be a visitor in your own town. The architecture, style and history that is attached to your city and how it was founded is part of your legacy now too. Learn from it. Not only will you impress others (and yourself!) with your newfound knowledge, you'll have a greater appreciation of your city, its beauty, its past and its future.
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