On Tuesday, April 3, at 4 p.m., 10 photographers working for Louisville Magazine set up at 10 places around the city. The idea was to provide snapshots of life in Louisville on an ordinary weekday when so many of us are hunkered down in front of computer screens, in cubicles, in our heads, oblivious to anything beyond the immediate. The magazine's photographers were instructed to shoot from 4 p.m. to 4:05 p.m.. That was it. One image from each photographer—stationed downtown, Chickasaw Park, Pleasure Ridge Park High School, Norton Commons, Butchertown, Westport Village, the South End, Frankfort Avenue, Bardstown Road and Portland—ran in the May issue. But we wanted to share the rest of their work here.
Lead photo: Natasha Sud