Chattanooga is a beautiful city, from its food to its people and everything in between.
I’ve been carrying my camera around with me a lot more in the last few months, in an effort to be a little less millennial-like and pay attention to what’s around me. Yes, my actual camera, not just my iPhone. My trusty little Sony HD point-and-shoot has lasted for at least four years and still has plenty of life left in it. There are so many places, people and sights in Chattanooga that are worth capturing and I often miss so many of them because I’m too absorbed in my phone or food (we’re all guilty of it sometimes). Or I don’t realize I don’t have a photo of them until I need it for a blog post.
I’m certainly no professional photographer, nor do I have a ton of training (I took one photography class in grad school). But I’ve come to enjoy walking around and snapping photos of whatever catches my eye. As I was going back through all the photos I’ve taken recently, I noticed that I’ve accrued a wide collection so far this year. From food to street art and everything in between, I’ve captured some of the best glimpses of life in Chattanooga.
Today, I’m sharing some of my favorite photos from my adventures and explorations around Chattanooga (and a little beyond).