I enjoy taking photos around in the smaller communities that I sometimes travel in. Today, I had to make a drive up to Nashville, Michigan to photograph some property for a client. It was a cold morning, and the air was a crisp 9 degrees when I headed out. The frost was on all the surfaces, and including the rooftops.
As I drove through the community, I could not help but take a few extra photos and admire this small little town. It’s history is based on the saw mill and grist mill industry, originally be founded in 1836. By 1920 Nashville was the halfway stopping point for the railroad between Jackson and Grand Rapids, Michigan. Today the current community boasts a population of 1628 according to the 2010 U.S. Census, and residents who live there generally commute to other cities, or work the local farms.