City Walk- Salt Lake City


New city Bldg RS

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.

Time and lace RS

Look at the details… I loved this clock. (which reminds me I have a great clock post coming up– so stay tuned.)

Buffalo Detail RS

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. 

Details RS

Face and Lace

Chef RS

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?

downTown clown RS

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.

Flower vender RS

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!

TTFN~~Claudia ♥

Share and Enjoy:
  • email
  • Print
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Reddit
  • StumbleUpon
  • Google Buzz
  • MySpace
  • Orkut
  • Tumblr
  • Add to favorites
  • Faves
  • LinkedIn
If you enjoyed this post, make sure you subscribe to my RSS feed!

38 thoughts on “City Walk- Salt Lake City

  1. Wow! These are truly some amazing shots. Great details in the architecture and beautiful colors. Santa is cute, but my husband would be afraid of the clown. LOL. He says they are all malevolent. 😉 It stems from a childhood episode where a clown scared him nearly to death at a birthday party. On the flip side, I think they’re great fun. Loved this tour.

    Happy OW…


    Sheila 🙂

  2. Super array for us!!!  Love all the wonderful compositions of ALL the photos.  And clowns…I LOVE clowns.
    My Outdoor Wednesday is flowers with a ‘passion’.  Come over if you can find time.  I’d love your company today.

    And, hope the day treats you well!!!

  3. Claudia, You captured  such cool architectural details in your photos!  I especially like the stonework “lace.” Keep your tours coming, they are so interesting…..        hugs, Sue

  4. Claudia, sounds fun the group you belong to, great pictures. You’ve captured detail and color, can’t wait to see whats next. Have a great day. . .

  5. You DID get some fantastic shots. I love the angles of those first fews pics.

    The people and flower photos are great too.

    Have a happy day!

    Becky K.
    Hospitality Lane

  6. I have never been to Salt Lake City. It looks beautiful there.
    ***If we encounter the golf cart duo again, I will try to zoom in on the two legged ones left hand for ya!!!! (That was too funny!)

  7. I’m so glad you braved the heat because you captured some great shots!  I love the clown and the zinnias – so colorful.

  8. Claudia,
    Thank you for stooping at my blog, you to keep up the good work.
    I did a city walk when I was younger and had a man with us that told us stories about the things we saw, I liked it.
    If you come to Sweden one day we do a walk together.
    Nice photo of both buildings and people.

  9. Wow! These are fantastic pictures. I love how you got the buildings. I have been looking at how others get city pictures so I can get ideas for the next time I’m in a city.

  10. Hey Claud! You got some GREAT shots!!! That was so much fun – thanks for hangin with me. We have to get together again really soon k. love ya tons.

  11. I really need to go downtown! Mr B is there everyday and by the time he gets home he really doesn’t want to go back in the evenings… You captured some beautiful architecture and ambience of the cityscape.
    Thanks for your visit and also for giving me some great ideas!
    What does TTFN mean?


  12. Hi Claudia! Lovely post. I was so tickled to read about Salt Lake City. I am going to be coming to Salt Lake in October. There is a conference at the Univeristy of Utah Campus, so I have been wondering what I might see. I did not even realize that you lived there. I don’t pay a lot of attention to where someone lives, just the post. I will be seeing hopefully some of the beautiful things that you see every day. Maybe the Aspens will be changing at that time. Stop by and say hi. I didn’t post an Outdoor Wednesday today, I posted a thank you for Amy’s prayers for yesterday. Please stop by and check it out. I really was pleased when I finished. Debbie has not read it yet. I will get a phone call when she does. Take care my friend. Country Hugs, Sherry

  13. What a treat to find your post. Thanks so much for visiting me. You are the first, and so far only, to know the Carpenter song featured in my heading. I have always loved that song, and someday want it played at my memorial. My kids think I’m crazy…Hmm….you never know…hee hee!

  14. I love your photos.  You take amazing shots.  I love the details on old buildings.  And your colors are amazing too.

  15. I really love your shots Claudia! They’re really well composed, especially the architecture shots..And I’m inspired to take some pictures outdoors today!
    I’m not a fan of clowns…I find them

  16. I have enjoyed your City Walk.  You are such a great photographer, love the angled shots and the details of the buildings.  A great description of lace and face.

  17. I’ve never heard of a city walk, but I think it’s an excellent idea! You captured some colorful and  interesting shots. Thanks for sharing.

  18. Beautiful! Love all the pics,there is so much beauty outdoors and we miss it if we stay indoors.Iloved espl the lace architec.ture

  19. You took some wonderful shots.  I have never been to Salt Lake City…we aren’t too far from you!  Fun day.

  20. We have taken city walks in several different cities with our kids. Of course, the kids are usually complaining about the heat, the cold, the something, so we can stop. lol
    Great photos!

  21. Hey! This is where I live, too, but in the southeast end of the valley! I LOVE the SL County Building and what great angles you used in your photos! The colors are so vivid. Did you go by the Zions Bank on Main(?) that has the clock in the front? I adore that building. Thanks for a nice visit!

  22. Thanks for these. We did some city walking during several visits to Salt Lake a few years ago. I’m still in geography shock. I’ve never gotton over it. Everywhere I look at a big or small scale takes my breath away. You can see so far. On Antelope Island you feel as remote as the moon.

  23. Claudia, you are an amazing photographer!  What some wonderful shots of SLC.  I especially love the one of the city and county building ( I think . . . the one with the clock)

    I am excited to see your clock post!

  24. That is pretty intriguing. It provided me some ideas and I’ll be placing them on my website eventually. I’m bookmarking your site and I’ll be back. Thank you again!

  25. I see a lot of interesting articles on your website. You have to spend a lot of time writing, i know how to save you a
    lot of time, there is a tool that creates unique, google friendly articles in couple of minutes, just
    search in google – k2 unlimited content

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *