Never let it be said I don’t finish what I start: this is the last photo in the flipwalk project.
I’ve been working on this for almost six years–admittedly, with some long gaps along the way.
As usual, the above is just a teaser image; for the full picture and the story of how I got there, click here.
In coming weeks, I’m planning to tote up some of the data from the 48 walks. I may also try a Los Angeles flipwalk, although I’m not sure the project directly translates here.
When I went on flipwalk #48, I didn’t know that it was going to be the last one in the project, but I’m glad I ended up in one of my favorite places in New York (Battery Park) looking at the work of one of my favorite public artists (Tom Otterness). Downtown Manhattan was a place of great sorrow for me, but it was also a place of great joy. Thank you all for walking with me.