Close-up of one of the former church windows at Ryman Auditorium Nashville (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

Close-up at night, looking outside from one of the former church windows at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville (photo by Sheila Scarborough)

(Part of my very occasional Travel Post Friday series here on the blog)

This is one of the windows in the “Church of Country Music,” the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

It is the winter home of the Grand Ole Opry music show, and many would say that the Ryman is its spiritual home, too.

My full post about taking in an Opry performance at the Ryman is on the Perceptive Travel Blog, but I had so much fun playing with my phone’s Macro/close-up setting on this photo that I thought I’d share it here (it was originally posted to my Instagram account.)

So many eyes have looked through the rippled glass of those windows. So much musical history on the stage behind them.

Find magic in the small details . . .

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