Around the Clock: A day in RosevilleBy: Roseville Press Tribune Photography by Philip Wood, Tiffany Bugos, Anne Stokes and Kim Palaferri with speical contributions by Angela Julian, Bev Ratzlaff and Emilee Gavia
What is Roseville?
Spend 24 hours in this city, and you'll come up with 24 different answers.
Roseville is a city of businesses and charities. Ball fields and classrooms.
It's where you grab a late night basket of fries or a slab of tri-tip for your grill.
It's a city made up of nurses - and tattoo artists. Roseville is also the people you never see - like the guy who picks up your garbage at 7 a.m. or the firefighter you hope will never have to come to your home.
And the collage of people and places is now a work of art.
Local photographers set out to capture life in Roseville on Nov. 4, 2011 for a special community photojournalism event called Around the Clock. We sent out our staff and freelance photographers that day, too, and the following images are what they came back with.
These images and several more are on display now at the Blue Line Gallery. On March 31, there will be a special gala fundraiser and live auction, with all proceeds going to support Roseville Arts and Placer ARC.
So what is Roseville? Here's what it was on one day.
~ Michelle Carl