Urban Forest at Inman Perk

The new photography mini-exhibit that went up at Inman Perk this last weekend has its casual opening tonight. This showing of photography by Sara Hindmarch (my wife) puts urban textures and public guerilla art together with the trees and branches that make up the city’s living parts. Beyond that, it’s about trees and light, asphalt and rusted metal, but without a lot of high-falutin’ pretentious double meaning. Trees are pretty. Cities are pretty. It’s that simple.

Photos in the exhibit were taken around Atlanta (plus one in Savannah), so see if you recognize something.

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