Creek Show 2016, a collection of five lighted art installations along Waller Creek, briefly transformed the underused, often disrespected downtown waterway into a haven for long-exposure photography and general gawking at pretty lights. The exhibition’s final night last Saturday was well-attended and well-lit, and undoubtedly raised awareness of the Waller Creek Conservancy’s mission to revitalize the creek and its surrounding district. We’re looking forward to Creek Show 2017, but for now, here’s some photos of our favorites.
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