Representatives from Reader's Digest were in Gallatin last week taking pictures and conducting video interviews as part of the publication's Nicest Place in America contest.
The city, which was named one of the top 10 finalists in the search earlier this year, received the most votes in an online poll last month.
"We're looking to capture some portraits that sum up how great this town is and all of the things that we've heard about and wanted to share with our readers," said Rebecca Simpson Steele, photo director for Reader's Digest. "All 10 of the finalist locations will be featured in our November issue."
The final vote tally as well as other relevant factors, which include the embodiment of the spirit of the people in the place, will be considered by Reader's Digest editors when determining the nicest place in America. The winning location is expected to be announced in October and will be featured on the cover of the November issue of the publication.