Friday Roundup: Eureka Springs Photo Tour

Friday blogs are a mix of things instead of fitting a theme like my other blog days. Most of the time it will be event oriented and other times just something I needed to share.

Jill M. Rohrbach
jillsjourneys@gmail.com
Grab your camera and head to Eureka Springs in the morning (April 17) to explore the history and capture the beauty of four unique locations.

The free photo tour begins at 10 a.m. at the base of Jacob’s Ladder on Flint Street. From there, participants will progress to Cold Spring, Laundry Spring and Cave Spring, taking photos at each location. The “Three Springs and a Ladder” tour is expected to end no later than 2 p.m.

All photographers are invited to submit an image from each location for possible inclusion in a photo exhibit at the Bank of Eureka Springs Historical Museum (downtown Cornerstone Bank.) The exhibit will be on display May 15–31, as part of the May Festival of the Arts.

In case of rain the tour will be rescheduled to April 24. The Eureka Springs Outdoor Alliance invites amateur and professional photographers to this event.

For additional information call Lorri Carter at 479-981-0829, email artsifrtsy@yahoo.com, or go online at www.esoutdooralliance.blogspot.com.

Posted in Travel Arkansas
One comment on “Friday Roundup: Eureka Springs Photo Tour
  1. Aaron says:

    I operate my own blog, and I have written a blog post about Eureka Springs, but I haven’t posted it quite yet. I spoke well of the city because there is a great sense of Victorian-era charm, but I spent nearly a week there. That was too long. All that there was for me to see was accomplished inside of two days. Granted, I did not hike nearby.

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