Another prompt to represent my city, but luckily Nature had nothing to do with this one.
This week’s « Bienvenue à Louisville » was inspired by IFB’s Project Series, where members create posts based on the project’s theme. This one, Project #5: Love Your Neighborhood
, asked of us to take a walk through our neighborhoods and show + tell what’s so great about where we live and why they inspire us.
I’ll let the photos of my neighborhood–Bardstown Road in The Highlands–do all the talking for me.
NOTE: All of these images were taken by my hand through my BlackBerry Curve 8350. If you desire to use any of my images, just ask. And if you’re Getty Images, be prepared to pay. That’s all I ask for.
The view from my front door.
The intersection near where I live.
The coolest road in Louisville, period.
The TARC stop for the 17, 23 + 40 Westbound to downtown.
Here be leather.
Louisville's finest heading eastbound and down.
Supplying Louisville's music scene for decades.
You want some cool souvenirs? Go here, y'all.
Microbrewed beer and food are over there.
The first of many chalk outlines. No one was harmed in the project.
One of our many beautiful, non-Crystal Cathedral churches.
Even the trash can is in on the fun.
A radio tower rising skyward into the darkness.
How I get around when not walking.
The outdoor entrance to Ramsi's.
A perfect place for some photos, non ?
A sleeping chalk kitty!
The booth remains long after the film has ended.
More chalk beautification of the sidewalks.
A random mural appears.
And that is just a tiny slice of my neighborhood in the city I call home, Louisville, Kentucky. Au revoir mes amis ! Gros bisous ! xoxoxoxoxoxo