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Welcome to the Ronny Light Photo Blog - a photo blog about my travels, near and far, and the people, places, and things I point my camera at.

Abandoned Car Wash Grafitti

May 02, 2020
The owner of Phat Bites Deli in Donelson, TN also owned the property next door, and I assume, the abandoned car wash that sat on that property for years. The owner kindl...
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Union Station Hotel - St. Louis, MO

March 01, 2020
When St. Louis' Union Station opened in 1894, it was the world’s largest train depot, and, at its peak in the 1940s, serviced 100,000 people a day. Union Station was res...
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Nashville Zoo - Zoolumination

January 13, 2020
The Nashville Zoo held a Chinese Festival of Lights event called Zoolumination. It was the largest attraction the Nashville Zoo has ever produced and is the largest lante...
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Sloss Furnaces - Birmingham, AL

November 16, 2019
Sloss Furnaces is an 1800s industrial revolution marvel: huge metallic shapes, strange machinery, strange tools, and decaying metal, frozen in time and unused for 50 year...
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Merchants Hotel – Lower Broadway, Nashville, TN

October 26, 2018
Merchants is a three-story Nashville building built as a pharmacy at the corner of 4th and Broadway in 1872, seven years after the end of the Civil War, but expanded and...
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