Do you remember the walk on Dock street last week, which was a part of the Liberty Trail?
Well today’s walk highlights a different section of Richmond’s Liberty Trail.
This part of the trail is closer to the river and has some “interesting” artwork.
While on an hour long walk, we had the chance to meet and greet some decent folks, which added to my street portrait work.
Thanks so much to Denise, Natasha, Dvid, Gerard, Jonathan & Kelly, Lorenzo, and Amelia and her daddy!
The video is synced to “
All the Same” by Sick Puppies, which has lyrics that match the variety of people that fortuitously came my way!
While on our little walk, I decided to grab a few street portraits – and found six wonderful folks who said, “Yes” – each has some unique East Coast Flavor!
Street Portrait #1 – Denise and Marimba! Marimba is a rescue dog from Mexico and she has cancer, but she is doing okay right now and sometimes has to sit and rest while out on walks. Marimba (and Denise) had such sweet personalities.
Street Portrait #2 – This is Lorenzo. His wife and older children were waiting to meet up with him as they enjoyed a family summer walk.
Street Portrait #3 – Natasha and her dog, Rosetta. Natasha and her parents were visiting RVA from Virginia Beach.
Street Portrait #4 – Jason and his sweet daughter Amelia. They were in RVA visiting from Washington D.C. Jason and his baby girl were taking a walk so mom could finish lunch. (Amelia was nap ready.)
Street Portrait #5 – This is Jonathan and Kelly. They are RVA natives and that had some fun stories to share! Jonathan and Kelly were out for a summer stroll as they held hands and soaked up life together.
Street Portrait #6 – This is David and Gerard. There are a lot of runners and cyclists here in RVA and as I was wrapping up my walk, they came zipping by. These very cool dudes have been cycling friends for a year and after riding 14 miles in the morning, they were now taking a cruise along the canal walk.
Street Portrait Project #3 – June 2014 – Priorhouse
This is linked to Jo’s Monday Walk –