Monday, January 7, 2008

Leiper's Fork Stage


Before we leave Leiper's Fork, I wanted to show you the outdoor stage the town built. From what I understand, they use this venue for a number of cultural activities. On the day I took this photo, the stage was decked out for a holiday reading. Note that the stage's architecture mirrors the quaint architecture of the homes shown in previous posts.

Please note: For the next week (and since last Friday), I am attending an intensive residency for my new MFA program. Therefore, I haven't had the opportunity to elaborate as much as I normally do for my posts, nor have I been able to visit other blogs. I will catch up!
And, I've been tagged by Wayne from Dunedin Daily Photo. I'll post my answers in the next day or so.

5 comments:

Jim said...

Very neat way to incorporate the city style.

oldmanlincoln said...

Would that MFA be a Masters of Fine Arts? Oh my.

And your photography continues to amaze me. You must be in a vehicle or on one about 18 hours a day just tooling around with a camera around your neck, snapping pictures of anything anchored to a foundation.

And the results are just stunning.

You are appreciated by me a whole bunch.

Congratulations.

quintarantino said...

Another great shot, Chris.
So they use this for cultural activities? Must be fun...

Southern Heart said...

Chris, that is such a wonderful structure. I've enjoyed seeing the photos from this community.

I hope that your conferece is going well, too!

Chris said...

Thanks for the comments, everyone! Leiper's Fork is a really nice town. I forgot to mention today that Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman bought a farm in that area last year.

Abe: Yes, I am now officially working towards a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Non-fiction. I've sent you more via private email.

And, yes, I do bring a camera with me everywhere. I figure that that's the best way to capture Middle Tennessee.

Ok. . .I'm off to class! ;-)