The ephemeral world we now live in, where news is outputted faster than it has ever been before, means it’s a lot easier for ‘smartphone reporters’ to take photos in an instant, as opposed to a publication hiring a photographer to do the job.
As soon as I stepped into Nashville airport, Music City embraced me in a hug of country music and icons. The airport is like no other I’ve seen before, with the sounds of Johnny Cash serenading the air around me and a bunch of bars that hold some envy-worthy Gibson guitars.
There’s an old Scottish legend that tells the story of a giant who was buried in the earth and his thumb can still be seen today; if the legend is to be believed then it means that the Old Man of Storr in Scotland’s Isle of Skye is, indeed, that thumb.
Apparently there’s a genuine psychological disorder called, ‘Paris Syndrome’. It’s said that Paris Syndrome is the result of disappointment when tourists visit Paris and find it to not live up to their expectations.