Civil War Fort Negley in 3D From its inception in 1862, Fort Negley has been at the heart of drama and history. The U.S. Army forced a large labor force of recently freed former slaves to build it. Hundreds lost their lives in the process. It was used for KKK meetings in the 19th century, it was
Virtual Tours for Historic Preservation As of 26 April 2018, the roof is in a state of rapid decay. Located in Pulaski, Tennessee, Antoinette Hall is one of the Oldest standing Opera Houses in the eastern United States. But the 1868 structure needs a massive renovation. I am shooting a Virtual
Moravian Town of Old Salem, North Carolina: “Old Salem is a historic district of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It features a living history museum (operated by the non-profit Old Salem Museums & Gardens, organized as Old Salem Inc.) that interprets the restored Moravian community. The
Nashville's Historic Music District Virtual Tour: From the Ryman, to Music Row, take a virtual tour of Nashville's country music tourist destinations in downtown Nashville. I shoot and produce a variety of 3D like imagery, from landscapes to commercial realty virtual tours. For more historic
Nashville Bicentennial Mall Virtual Tour: 600 James Robertson Pkwy, Nashville, TN 37243 The Bicentennial Capitol Mall gives visitors a taste of Tennessee’s history, and serves as a lasting monument to Tennessee’s Bicentennial Celebration, which was June 1, 1996... read more This 360º
1846 Egyptian Revival Architecture The historic Downtown Presbyterian Church in Nashville, Tennessee shot in 360º panorama for Google Street View by Bob Henderson. See a 360 virtual tour of Civil War Hospital No. 8 in 3D like panorama. The Nashville Church is available for private tours, and is
Cumberland Caverns 360º cave perspective: “It's the second longest cave in the state and makes the list of longest caves in the United States, and in the world.” - Wikipedia This virtual tour of Cumberland Caverns is a 3D like view of 2 historic parts of the cave: early
Even the Ground Screamed for Mercy... The once mighty Army of Tennessee was brought to it’s knees in the late afternoon of November 30th, 1864. “Six generals were killed, including Patrick Cleburne.” … read more 30 November 2016: See the virtual tour of this tragic day in American history.