Another piece of art on South Main in beautiful Memphis, TN
IDO Tempo by Stephanie Cosby and Eszter Szisk
So I got a little behind on my photos… my bad but October is always a busy month between haunted house, fall sessions, family time and more. I was able to take some photos but not able to post them.
So thankful that S. Main didn’t disappoint, a new series of murals just came up and they look awesome. Amazing artist were a part of this, such as, Lance Turner, Brandon Marshall, Kenny Hayes, Ben Avant, Brendan Lawton, Chris Hoal Ryan Morris, Nick Peña, Marcellous Lovelace and more, I will get photos of the rest and post them with their artist accordingly.
After so many years of saying I am NOT going to make a new year resolution I ended up making one…I will do my best to make a blog post at least once a week.
The interesting thing about this is the fact that I have to get moving and work on looking for that interesting photo I can wring something about.
I was off one day this week and I decided to go out and explore the city, I went to The Greenline. Yup, I did in search of a mural that I didn’t find, just because I didn’t walk far enough but I’ll be back
Instead I found this…some interesting Memphis art
The Greenline open back in October 2010. The trail start at Shelby Farm and ends in Midtown. Everyone is loving the Greenline.
I am pretty sure that all the artwork in The Greenline is not as creepy as this. The whole thing is about 10 miles long (if I am wrong, let me know), I walked about a mile and went back to my car. Yeah, you guessed it, not much of a walker.
Even saw a familiar face on my little hike, The King….
For some reason walking on it, even though I could hear the cars I felt at peace and was able to just enjoy the trails. And I promise next time I will find the mural I was looking for.
So if you are a Memphian and like to workout, ride a bike or just get out there for a little walk, check out the Greater Memphis Greenline, its worth it.