Photo Credit (above): Stephen Mathews
Whether it's your first time to Downtown Salisbury or you've lost track of your trips there, you're bound to see something new if you're trying to focus on things from a photographer's perspective. I've been downtown countless times and I saw things I've never noticed before during our Wicomico County Photo Walk on Saturday.
For example, Dave Carrington captured this photo of a sculpted beehive. Several of us were wondering about the origins of this and what it meant about the building it was attached to. (Feel free to let us know if you know!)
Saturday's event was the second photo walk hosted by Wicomico County Tourism. The first one was held at Pemberton Park in the fall. A trip to Downtown Salisbury provided different types of scenery and subject matter.
It has been fun seeing what the photographers who attended were able to capture. We'll share just a few photos here, but you can see more by searching #WicomicoPhotoWalk on Instagram and Facebook. We have also been sharing photographers' photos all week and will continue to do so on our Instagram and Facebook accounts.
You can also see more photos here:
- Photos by Stephen Mathews (Lifetime Visions Photography) on Facebook
- Photos by Julie Ann Peters (Travel As Much) on Facebook
We had a beautiful day for this event, and it was fun to bring photographers together to explore the area and see what they could capture. Stay tuned for information on a future event in a different location.
Photo credits aside from top photo, from top to bottom:
- Dave Carrington (sculpted beehive)
- Donna Nefferdorf (sculpted angel)
- Julie Ann Peters (flowers)
- Daniel Green (books mural)
- Sabik Syed (lightpole)