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August 10, 2010 at 5:00 AM

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Pioneer Square First Thursday Art Walk

Posted by Kevin Fujii


Characters come out for the First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square each month. A mysterious person in a moon mask sauntered around Seattle's historic district, without saying a word or reveling his/her identity. The Pioneer Square art walk was the first one in the Seattle, which began in the early 1980s

While scoping out a location for a portrait, the person wearing the moon mask caught photojournalist Erika Schultz's attention. She only had a few minutes before her next shoot, but raced down the street to make a few frames. When a photo opportunity presents itself, "It's a small gift." Schultz says, "You have to appreciate it even if it's not at the most ideal time."

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