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Have I mentioned before that I love photowalks? If I haven’t then please allow me a moment to profess my affection for them. I love getting to shoot with fellow photographers, I love the challenge of shooting in locations that I wouldn’t necessarily have chosen to shoot at on my own. I love seeing the work of others, the downside to that of course is realizing just how lousy I am when it comes to making good photographs. However the positives outweigh that shame so off to another photowalk I went.
This time it was to the heart of downtown Salt Lake City to the interactive museum called The Leonardo This is housed in what used to be the main Salt Lake City Library, which was replaced a number of years ago with a new building just to the north and converted into a display/exhibition space. I had never been here before so I was intrigued by what it might have, and I was really surprised that they would allow a large group of us to come and photograph inside. This was one of the few times that a photowalk required an entrance fee but we had a group discount so it wasn’t bad at all. I arrived just late enough to miss the group shot, but I quickly got my ticket and after some socializing with some fellow photwalkers I started making pictures…well I tried to make pictures I’ll talk about it more in a minute.
Boasting 3 levels of exhibits and galleries the Leonardo thrives on interactive displays.