By Louisville Metro Parks Community Relations Staff
We love looking through all the images we’ve collected through our Flickr account. Many of them capture a tree, a plant or a park bench in a way we may never have seen.
The picture that’s above is one example. The tee pee shelter in Cherokee Park is one of the most iconic images within our parks system, but here the photographer, Jack Novak-Zarate, captures the shot from an angle we may be less familiar with. One commenter notes the footprints leading to the shelter … a nice touch!
Anyway, here’s another plug for our Flickr account. Share your images with us, or be sure to just stop by and take a look at the work of some of the most talented photographers in the Louisville area.