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Old Posted May 9, 2012, 7:12 PM
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Salt Lake City, Utah Photo Walk by Anthony Bardarama



These are photos of Downtown Salt Lake City Utah & neighborhoods as of May 9, 2012 Part I of III.
I hope you like them...




Photos by: Anthony Bardarama/DKCruzer/CTOBSL
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Old Posted May 10, 2012, 8:18 AM
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Thanks for your pictures, ctobsl!

I like Salt Like City´s downtown. Its avenues look very wide and clean. I like its buildings and parks.

Congrats and greetings from Madrid, Spain!
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I heart SLC
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I love downtown SLC at this time of year. So beautiful. Thanks for the pictures.
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looks really nice
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Not bad and very clean, well except one of those alleys (lol). Something about the area aside the light rail train makes me think of downtown Glendale, one of the burbs in L.A.

Thanks for sharing.
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Not bad and very clean, well except one of those alleys (lol). Something about the area aside the light rail train makes me think of downtown Glendale, one of the burbs in L.A.

Thanks for sharing.
Yeah, that's a pretty scary alley. I was a afraid for my life taking that photo... lol
Thanks for all the positive comments on the photos, I am glad you all like them.
Salt Lake City is a pretty clean and safe city to live in, not to mention it's beauty and great mountains that surround it.
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SLC keeps getting better and better! I almost just took a job there. You're making me regret not taking it. Anyway, nice photos, great town. Thanks!
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I would really like to check out Salt Lake City one of these days. Nice photos!
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Wish you took a close-up of he new red, white, and blue light rail cars.....

The new red, white, and blue light rail cars are some of the most beautiful in the world.
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I like the new Market Street Grill signage!
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Fun thread. You captured some fresh angles for me and looks like you captured a beautiful day for your walk.
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Nice pictures. Salt Lake has a TON going for it. I was just there last week actually.

Also, there is something about the design of The Wells Fargo Center. I know it is the tallest in SLC at around 400ft, but there is something about it that gives me the impression that it is shorter.
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Nice. I've never been to SLC and haven't seen too much of it on the boards. Thanks for the tour.
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It has a certain Stepford quality. That's not a criticism. More good than bad. When everything is new it can be like that.

I wish every major street was 30' narrower. But downtown (public and private) is apparently doing a good job with architecture and urban design.

The sprawl stuff looks good in some cases, but I'm distured by how much land is wasted in many cases.
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The new red, white, and blue light rail cars are some of the most beautiful in the world.

Zeno333, here is a photo of the light rail cars. I will try and get another view for you...

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Thanks for the great pics Ctbobsl. I hope to see more soon.
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Also great!
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