Magnolia Photo Crawl

About 12 members met on Magnolia Avenue in Fort Worth for a photo outing led by Terry Barnes.  The Magnolia area is being redeveloped and is a mix of old historic buildings and new modern buildings, better known today as the “Near Southside” in the heart of the Fairmount Historic District.  We photographed knitted light poles, fire escapes, historic buildings and modern architecture, graffiti, shadows and reflections, bicycles, colorful signs, and more.

Some of the group started out walking west down Magnolia while others chose to go east.  A few of us walked to the west end of Magnolia Avenue to the top of the Baylor All Saints parking garage where we had views of downtown and the south side.

We met back together for lunch at Zio Carlo Brew Pub where we ate and exchanged stories.  Below are a few shots from members on this outing.

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Magnolia Photo Crawl

  1. Lynn, the blog and photos are great. I really enjoy that area. Scott and I go during Art Goggle and always see something new. Thanks.

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  2. The weather was perfect and I had a fun time getting to know some of the members. Look forward to more outings! And thanks Terry and Lynn for your work on making it happen and the postings.

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