Confederate Park, Memphis on the Mississippi.
We’re still not sure why there are 20th century artillery pieces pointing at Arkansas. Perhaps a left over from Bill Clinton’s gubernatorial administration?
Apparently this used to be a recording studio.
One of the clichéd images of Memphis – the shaped sign. Beautiful.
We weren’t sure if this was an Allen Ruppersberg work or a poster to Goner Fest?
An equestrian statue of controversial General N.B. Forrest, possibly one the founders of the Ku Klux Klan.
A little over a mile away from the statue of Forrest is the National Civil Rights Museum, and the sight of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination.
The Juke Box at the Lamplighter.
As much as I would like to post a photo of the dry BBQ ribs I had at the BBQ Shop, my hunger got the better of me.