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While scanning my film last night, I realized that the structure supporting the old bridge looked like walls for an outdoor art gallery. This new perspective made the subject of these pictures even… Continue reading
Despite the small size of the Castleberry Hill district, many restaurants, stores, and galleries contribute to the fun, urban, and vibrant experience Atlantans learned to expect from a night out in this revitalized… Continue reading
Inside the Georgia Railroad Freight Depot. The railroad doesn’t exist anymore; and the terminal is out of operation but well preserved. Each number corresponds to what was a freight entrance.
A few days ago, I posted a picture of the pool room at Twain’s but it is only when you go to the main room where most of the seating area is and… Continue reading
This is the back of a factory in Castleberry Hill that used to make upholstery fabrics.
Decatur is one of Atlanta’s little villages as I like to describe these well preserved, vibrant neighborhoods where cafes, pubs and restaurants are at walking distance from where people live. This pool room… Continue reading
If you go to Castleberry Square at the end of Mangum Street in Castleberry Hill, you are likely to be greeded by Angelina, a very friendly hound. P.S. This dog was constantly moving,… 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
One man’s rags is another man’s treasure, and this store in Little Five Points will let you buy, sell or trade clothes.
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
The Carroll Street Café in the small neighborhood of Cabbagetown attracts both local residents from the neighborhood and visitors from other corners of Atlanta.