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My photo on 312 Barnes Street, Wilson,NC.

Eyes on Main Street, A Crossroads of Cultures, an annual photography exhibition held in Wilson, North Carolina, USA is now up until May 16, 2021. One hundred photographers have been asked to display one photograph in a mile long outdoor exhibition (1,6 km) in Wilson City Center. Like many smaller cities in the United States, Wilson has seen its once busy downtown area turn quiet. With the help of fellow artists and Historic Downtown Wilson, this outdoor photo festival has been organized for the past five years with the goal of bringing back life, both on paper and in person, to the City Center. The photographs will be exhibited on the many empty windows available on the downtown streets, including Wilson’s Main Street, known as Nash Street, creating a unique vision and a new life for the Historic Downtown. More here.