Monthly Archive: September, 2012

Bulldog in Winn Park Pond

This rugged bulldog seemed to be particularly sensitive to the charms of Winn Park’s beautiful gardens. This park, with many other parks, is located in the Ansley Park Historic District, which is a… Continue reading

So Sweet Blog Award

I was pleased and honored to be included among a few nominations for the So Sweet Blog Award by the author of Food and Other Stuff. It is a cool blog with pictures… Continue reading

Red Car

Red car on portion of highway I-85 going underneath CSX and MARTA rail tracks.

Butterfly in Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park has many colorful flowers that are a joy to the eye and to butterflies. This flower seems happy to have been able to provide this Monarch with what it needed.

Dragon Con 2012

These are a few pictures, but just a few, from the Dragon Con event that took place at the end of August in Atlanta. I can’t elaborate much on this because despite spending… Continue reading

Hyatt Regency Elevators

While this image looks like a backdrop illustration for a science fiction movie, far from special effects and the digital world, it is nothing more than a simple photo taken with a film… Continue reading

Downtown Buildings

Downtown buildings — the old and the new — seen from the corner of Fairlie and Poplar.

La Piñata

The celebration of a child’s birthday alongside the Chattahoochee river included a piñata hanging on a wire held by three boys on a roof. The piñata was lowered and raised in accordance to… Continue reading

Impromptu Coiffure

During a rare, very rare, outing at the mall my daughter easily got convinced to try Jose Eber’s hair curler. Pentax MX, SMC Pentax-M 50/1.4, Kodak Gold 100. Unedited

Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

It was late in the evening when these three men were patiently waiting for the train, with a their body expression indicating how deeply absorbed they were by their own thoughts.

Direct Sunlight in a Hazy Sky

This picture came out very close to what I had calculated. I wanted to take a picture of the south-east side of the Georgia State Capitol in which the crispness of architectural details… Continue reading

Shooting at Night with the ISO 400

It was already night time when a few days ago I was leaving The Sidebarto go home. The old buildings surrounding me were beautiful and I trusted the film in my camera to allow… Continue reading