The focus of this picture could have been on the stonework carved from Georgia marble but I felt that the lamp had a more triumphing presence in the entrance of the Candler Building,… Continue reading
This is a fun picture to post. The Georgia Pacific building in the forefront looks like a Photoshop layer placed over a picture showing the top of a tree and the One Ninety… Continue reading
These pictures were taken a month ago before the temperatures collapsed throughout the Northern hemisphere. I was going to so say “throughout the world” but my connection with WordPress bloggers in Australia and… Continue reading
These are just a few of the pictures I took of fruits and flowers growing in Marietta, North of Atlanta, in early September. The flower is an Angel’s Trumpet, the grapes were of… Continue reading
One man’s rags is another man’s treasure, and this store in Little Five Points will let you buy, sell or trade clothes.
This typewriter was own by Margaret Mitchell who wrote only one book but a very famous one, Gone With The Wind.
During the few hours I spent in Cabbagetown a few weeks ago, I took a picture of this charming storefront contributing to the small village quality of the neighborhood. Unfortunately, I was consistently… Continue reading
While walking on a quiet street at dusk alongside the Loews Hotel, I became captivated by the colorful lights and lively scene displayed through the large windows of the hotel’s lounge.
A few weeks ago, two workers from the Verizon Communications company captured my interest. They were marking lines on a street that was already saturated with all sorts of lines painted by a… Continue reading
The Carroll Street Café in the small neighborhood of Cabbagetown attracts both local residents from the neighborhood and visitors from other corners of Atlanta.
My daily posts will appear again on October 22nd [re-edited]. Thank you for your interest in my blog.
Cabbegetown is one of the old but well preserved neighborhoods undergoing urban revitalization with shops, restaurants and cafes attracting both local residents and visitors. This decorated poll was accross the street from the… Continue reading