Have you ever taken a City walk? I know I hadn’t really walked my city. I thought pretty much that buildings were just buildings, until this past Saturday when I had the opportunity, along with about 50 other fellow Salt Lake City photographers and my dear dear friend Ms Joanie, to walk the streets and get up close and personal, together.
Saturday July 18th was the world wide City Walk; where over 900 cities participated just as we did. I really enjoyed our outing. It was close to 100 degrees out and I am very much a pantie-waste when it comes to the heat. But I bucked it up and thought I caught a couple of interesting shots.
Look at the details… I loved this clock. (which reminds me I have a great clock post coming up– so stay tuned.)
Check out the Buffalo and the Dental molding and fruit basket. I picture the artisan who crafted this and the pride they must have had.
Face and Lace
Then we came upon a simple carnival set up for the Big Brothers and Sisters. Isn’t this cute Chef charming? I wonder if he helps Santa in the Winter?
Typically I am not a huge Clown fan– ok call me a big ol chicken — but this fellow was a bit on the shy side and I thought he was beautiful.
Around the corner from all this was a fantastic Farmers Market (more on that to come) where I found this Flower Vender.
The roads we choose to take in our life are very Serendipitous! Oh what a happy accident I found! I am so enjoying my Dipity Road. Do you have any City walk experiences you can share? I would love to hear about them.
Meanwhile, thanks as usual to Susan at Southern Daydreamer where she is hosting our Wednesday Outdoor celebration. Also, what others are “hooked” on … at Hooked on Fridays with Julia and of course the ever INSPIRING Melissa at The Inspired Room. Check out some of the other fantastic spots around our Blog-osphere!
Since January 1st 2010 -- I have been celebrating finding Beauty in our every day lives. Stay in the Day... be in the moment. Don't wait to live your life.
Stop and make a habit to find the Beauty and you will be amazed at how Beautiful your life is. Be thankful and remember:
"When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." Dyer