A Seward neighborhood photowalk

A photowalk that never ends? It can happen.

On October 3, the Twin Cities Daily Planet hosted its first ever photowalk of the Seward neighborhood. The main goal was to capture on film, or pixel, the diversity and unique beauty of the Seward neighborhood and use that information to build a community asset directory. The Twin Cities Daily Planet Community Asset Directory is a citizen built listing of the businesses, parks and assets that exist in the different neighborhoods of the Twin Cities. There are many ways to contribute to our Commuinty Asset Directory, one can add an asset, edit existing locations and more. All one needs is to be a registered user of the Daily Planet.

Just because the photowalk on October 3 is done, doesn’t mean photowalking has to end. Keep sharing your images and community assets with the Daily Planet by tagging your Instagram photos with #tcdpphotowalk and those images will appear in the gallery below. Help us build a gallery of images as rich and diverse as the neighborhoods they come from.

Below are images taken from Instagram using #tcdpsewardwalk: