This past Saturday in Dallas, TX marked the annual Fall for the Arts, a celebration of all the arts in the North Texas/Dallas area. I photographed this free event last year and really enjoyed it. (Click here to see that blog post). If you're a photographer that enjoys photographing people, this is a great opportunity as there are people from various locations around DFW in one place. Based on last year, I figured it would be crowded so I took the Dart Rail to the Arts District station and proceeded to walk toward Klyde Warren Park (KWP). Last year I missed the Dallas Black Dance Theatre production that was held on the stage outside the Winspear Opera House. I decided to go there first, but when I arrived, there was no one there. So, I headed toward the Nasher Sculpture center because last year that's where the had the Asian culture performances and vendors along Flora St, but there was no one there either. I proceeded up Harwood St to KWP to where the main festivities were being held. I found a schedule and all the performances where only and KWP and not spread out like last year. This year's event was scaled back quite a bit. Previously there were four stages, this year there was only two, both located at KWP. I thought at first maybe the other stages are located somewhere else, but from the schedule, there are right here at KWP. I hung around for a few hours, walked around, took some shots and went home. Here are some of the photographs I took.