Here’s What’s Happening Now – Harrisburg #hwhn

#hwhn – The idea is to share the experience of my travels with music through pictures. Sometimes they will be of the city I’m in, nearby nature or interesting people doing great and wonderful things. This weekend I’m in Harrisburg, PA playing at the Midtown Scholar. You can listen to the show here: Live Music

Today was a beautiful day and Tracy and I decided to take a walk through the city. Here’s what we found

The Ice has packed in the river making a beautiful scene


The whirlpools and floating mini-bergs inspired thoughts of album covers


This shot of Tracy walking down the bridges seemed to capture the meeting of two worlds, the natural & the industrial


Travelers are greeting with a question


This almost seems painted to me – It conjures many emotions.


Check out the full album on my FACEBOOK page. Blessings – Ken


About gatsbygreenlight

I am an natural economist, artist, musician, songwriter and a supporter of the planet and sustainable living. I am the author of Annalee and the Forever Smile, a Harry Potter of Sustainability and Little House on the Prairie for this generation. Annalee is a multi-novel, multi-film franchise in the YA sci-fi fantasy genre. I am a musician and songwriter with Gatsby's Green Light and as a soloist and have released over 10 albums. More info at I promote tangible trillion dollar markets in Sustainability at Promoting Love, Compassion and Intelligence.

Posted on January 20, 2014, in Artist Communities, Gatsby's Green Light, Modern Philosophy, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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