It gives you an idea of how busy I've been that I've finally caught up with some of the pictures I took during the summer. In this case it's a photo walk at the Hyde Park Street Fair. This is annual event that takes place in Boise's trendy North End. It also has something of a tradition that reaches back to the sixties and seventies. This is a great event for a photographer looking for bright colors and interesting pictures. I captured all of this and a lot of the novel things that populated the fair. This includes the food court, a pub on wheels powered by pedal power, live music, arts & crafts, bugs inside of suckers and as always the belly dancers. And to finish it off is a picture of me shooting at the fair while wearing my black kilt. I hope you like the results.