Before I photographed Barbara Bush a few years back I remember thinking of her as this sweet old lady that I would have thought to be like mine (or most people's) grandmother . I could not have been more wrong. I was actually intimidated by her some what . She was this strong powerful woman and this shoot didn't actually last that long - she wasn't having it ! Years later I shot photos of her son George W. and he was aware that I had done this shoot of his mom and later when he and I were getting our photo made together he said (as we posed) into my right ear only for me to hear ...."Yeah ....how many did momma let ya take ?".....to which I replied ..."not very many sir." He then said ...."Yeah ...I didn't think so .." which was then followed by his famous shoulder laugh.
Being a Photographer in Nashville I have always wanted to take a photo of the Nashville Skyline from this particular vantage point over the Cumberland River - The question has always been did I want to put myself in harms way to get it done ? This is a story about one of my life's goals and completing it no matter how long it took. While on assignment for the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corporation I was finally about to complete this goal !
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