Art at the Park


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In a quest to find something more lively than the continual drone of job applications, I took a walk through Piedmont Park during their end of summer art festival.  Small white tents lined the pathway around the park filled with sculptures, paintings, photography, and so much more.

Listening to a live band jamming until the sun sets after sugary treats and beautiful artwork equals the perfect way to end your day.

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