Thursday, October 18, 2018

Linda. Portrait along the Pike

I met and spoke with Linda at the bus stop outside of Burrito Brothers, right on the Pike.

She carefully spelled out her name, and then told me she was going to many places.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf.


Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Two Pike Views

Two views from the east end of the Pike.

Transitions.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf.


Columbia Pike Fall Festival 2018

The 4th Annual Columbia Pike Fall Festival was again sponsored by CPRO.

Held adjacent to Penrose Square at S. Adams Street and Columbia Pike, it was well attended, and featured wines by Twisted Vines, craft beers curated by William Jeffrey’s Tavern, and a wide range of foods offered by El Encanto Latino, Senzu Juicery, William Jeffrey’s Tavern, and Sugar Shack Donuts. Music was provided by Emma G., Bobby Thompson, the Carley Harvey Duo (pictured), and the Rockasonics.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf.























Prio Bangla 2018 - additional viewpoints

Some evocative additional observations of the Prio Bangla Festival along Columbia Pike.

Diverse. Colorful. Community.

Photography by Lara Ajami.























Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Prio Bangla festival 2018

The Prio Bangla festival annually celebrates the Bangladeshi-American community in Arlington, and promotes diversity, understanding, and cross-cultural awareness.

In addition to a wide range of charitable organizations, businesses, exceptional Bangladeshi artisans and performing artists, this year's festival also highlighted Mexican, Bolivian, Appalachian clogging, jazz, and ballet dance troupes.

Thanks to Pryalal Karkamar for his dedicated community work, and to CPDP's esteemed photographic colleagues Shibly Shiraj and Andrew Biraj.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf.