Charlottesville Walk-around

This post is pretty self-explanatory. While in Charlottesville last month, I took a walk around the town proper with my wife and father-in law. I had my camera, and snapped photos of anything that looked even a little interesting. I should say that the mural in the first photo is very good and very unusual—it's one of just a handful of genuine murals I've seen in town. Obviously it's quite colorful in real life, but I like how it looks in greyscale. The second set of street art is near downtown, and is easy to spot if you ever make your way to Champion Brewery (you should). At this point in the month, I was still using the Olympus OM-1, and still shooting a roll of Ilford Delta 400.

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 Side 1. 

Side 1. 

 Side 2. 

Side 2. 

 This is underneath an abandoned coal tower that I kind of like. 

This is underneath an abandoned coal tower that I kind of like. 

 Nice symmetry.

Nice symmetry.

 This was really hard to frame with the 24mm and I'm not even sure I accomplished what I was going for. 

This was really hard to frame with the 24mm and I'm not even sure I accomplished what I was going for. 

 Clothes line. 

Clothes line. 

 Some kind of weird figurine. 

Some kind of weird figurine. 

 This is one of those photos I kind of just took to take and I actually really like it.

This is one of those photos I kind of just took to take and I actually really like it.

 Should be familiar to anyone who goes to the Downtown Mall. 

Should be familiar to anyone who goes to the Downtown Mall. 

 Ah, classic Charlottesville. 

Ah, classic Charlottesville.