Yesterday was the Worldwide Photowalk event. This is an annual event that was started by Scott Kelby. I registered with the Five Points photowalk that was arranged by Andy Johns. About a dozen photographers met at the “Coffee at the Point”, where the walk started at 8am. I have included some of the images that I made. More images may be found on my Flickr photostream here. Images from other photographers in our group may also be found here.
The Five Points neighborhood is very colorful, as can be seen in the following image of Sax Player mural, that adorns one of the historic buildings in the area.
Sax Player Mural, Five Points
I found this blue morning glory along the shaded side of the street.
Blue Morning Glory, Five Points
One of the murals, comprised a wave of mosaic tiles.
Mosaic Wave, Five Points
There where several embedded fractured mirrors that were included in the mural. In the following image, I positioned myself the capture reflections from the sunlit street.
Fractured Mirrors, Five Points
Here is another reflection of murals from the other side of the street.
Fractured Mural Reflections
Along the shady side of the street was one store with frosted windows. Behind the window were several jars containing various goodies! In the following image, I included reflections from the sunlit side of the street. That’s a reflection of me on the right side of the image.
Jars In The Frosted Window
Adjacent to a bike store, several tires were discarded in the alley.
Along one street, we passed some apartments with this line of satellite dishes. Couldn’t they just share one dish?
Couldn’t They Share One Dish?
For more images of this fun event, head over to the the Flickr page.