Fourth Street and Cherry Street are two of the busiest streets in downtown Winston-Salem. They are lined with restaurants, cafes, office buildings, hotels and a theatre. Captured here on a weekday afternoon are some of the many faces of Fourth and Cherry.
Julie Fox (left) and Tonya Butner (right) sit on a bench on Fourth Street with Butner’s daughter Sloane.
Dan Naughton sits outside Camino Bakery on Fourth Street, calling the moment a “peaceful” one.
On their way to an early dinner, Natasha Ohene and daughter Leila stand on the corner of Fourth and Cherry Street.
David Houser grabs a coffee on a break from work.
Panyphong Siripun sweeps outside Tokyo Shapiro Restaurant-Cafeteria during his shift.
Ellie Hogan sits outside Camino Bakery after an afternoon of coffee and studying.
Tony Harris and his dog Samantha Josephine walk along Fourth Street. Harris is a Winston-Salem native and is here for a visit to his hometown.
A man works on the facade of 411 Cherry Street with his dog.
The intersection of Fourth and Cherry Street.
A street sign along Fourth Street.