Back in April, shortly after moving away from California to Nashville (AKA - Stealing the Grandkids) my parents went into Grace and Jasper withdrawals and promptly hopped a flight to come visit us.
Patiently waiting at the edge of the cul-de-sac for Grandma and Grandpa to arrive.
Walking tour of the city via Cumberland Park, the pedestrian bridge, the downtown public library, etc.
First taste of that Nashville heat.
My parents have a goal to visit every National Park in the United States. Here in the South we aren't nearly as inundated with National Parks as we are out west so while they were here my parents were eager to check off the only park in the area, Mammoth Cave National Park. Who would have thought a hour north of us, weaving it's way under over 400 miles of earth lies the world's longest cave system. The tour we took underground wasn't exactly conducive to film shooting but if you find yourself in the area, DO IT.
Radnor Lake State Park...home to prehistoric dinosaur turtles.
Jasper totally showing up Grace at barefoot climbing up a swingset...until he fell.
* Leica M6 + 35f1.4 nokton / Hasselblad 500cm + 60f3.5 / Hasselblad X-Pan + 45f4 / Tri-x developed at home in Rodinal and Kodak Portra 400