My walking these days has been primarily in neighborhoods near home, quiet areas in towns close to home, and state parks that have remained open during the stay-at-home advisory. I've been itching to get to some of my favorite photo locations but until recently I stayed away. With the state moving into the first phase of reopening I gave in to my desire to visit the murals of the Punto Urban Art Museum in Salem, MA.
If you are in northeastern Massachusetts I highly recommend a visit to this museum of the streets.
Sunday morning was a good time to visit. There were others out walking too, everyone being respectful of space and almost everyone was wearing a mask.
Many of the murals are large and on the walls of buildings that are very close together. You can see the murals as you stand in an alley but it's very difficult to capture some of them with a camera - even with a wide angle lens. Smaller murals sit in the squares of a wall surrounding a very old but still used power station / utility. The smaller murals are replaced every year while the larger murals on the sides of buildings are more permanent.
The mural shown below is untitled, created by Scott Debus.