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Festival on Ponce – June 5-6, 2021

Festival on Ponce Druid Hills June 2021 Artwork lines a vendor's booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Artwork lines a vendor's booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An advertisement for the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce.
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Attendees peruse the artwork in an exhibitor's booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An exhibitor greets a dog at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Exhibitors wave from their booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Artwork lines an exhibitor's tent at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An exhibitor takes a break from the heat at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An exhibitor, photographed while setting up their booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An exhibitor, photographed at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A Festival attendee at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival attendees - and their dog - pose for a photo during the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Alyn Vaughn jewelry, one of the exhibitors at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An artist is photographed at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An artist pauses for a photo at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival attendees enjoy a day at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Some of the artwork on display at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An artist poses for a photo at their booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce exhibitor in conversation. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Stopping by The Merlys Collection, a Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce exhibitor. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An exhibitor is seen at their booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An exhibitor, seen at their booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A bag vendor at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce pauses for a photo. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Seen at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Some of the artwork on display at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival attendees enjoy a day at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An artist, in conversation with a Festival attendee, at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Seen at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Good Lolli lollipops, one of the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce vendors. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A food truck, seen at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A food vendor takes an order at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival attendees, in conversation with a vendor at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Huck and Harbor artists, one of the vendors at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Piedmont Provisions, represented at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival-goers enjoy an inflatable slide at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A line of exhibitor's booths at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Looking into an exhibitor's booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A FireStarter vendor conducts a demonstration for a Festival on Ponce attendee. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce vendor poses for a photo. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A jewelry artisan's booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival goers and an exhibitor, in conversation at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Artwork seen at the entrance to an artist's booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival attendees check out the jewelry on display in a booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A pair of artists pause for a photo in their booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Some of the art work seen at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An artist waves from his booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival goers check out some of the art at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A bronze artist poses for a photo in his booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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One of the exhibitors at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce exhibitor checks his phone. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An artist's booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A jewelry vendor exhibits at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A Festival attendee peruses a bagmaker's booth at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Exhibitor booths line a walkway at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A young Festival-goer gets set for one of the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce activities. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival goers participate in one of the activities on the grounds of the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A bounce house on the grounds of the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival-goers take advantage of one of the activities at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An exhibitor at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce poses for a photo. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Rudabecca Dyeworks, a Festival exhibitor, at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Festival-goers pause for a photo while playing checkers at the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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A Festival-goer picks up a sno-cone from a vendor the Spring 2021 Festival on Ponce. (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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An Atlanta Police officer and a Festival on Ponce vendor pause for a photo at the Spring 2021 Festival (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Signs seen at Virgilee Park, part of Olmsted Linear Park, in Atlanta's Druid Hills neighborhood (Photo by Kelly Jordan)
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Kelly Jordan, who has lived in Atlanta since 1968, attended Emory University before he and partners revitalized Little Five Points into one of Atlanta's most eclectic retail districts. In recent years, Kelly has been leading the Arabia Mountain Heritage Area Alliance, and he has been active with a host of environmental organizations. Decades ago, Kelly wrote architectural criticism for a weekly Atlanta newspaper, and his interest in natural and built environments is readily apparent in the photos he has been taking for SaportaReport.

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