Tag Archive: architecture

Weekly Photo Challenge: Green

I was not planning on ever publishing this picture taken at the intersection of I-20 and I-85, but the theme of this weekly challenge made it too tempting.

Under the Bridge

in downtown Atlanta.

Georgia Railroad Freight Depot

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.

Blue

The Commerce Plaza building in Decatur seen through my old Vivitar lens.

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Old Factory in Castleberry Hill

This is the back of a factory in Castleberry Hill that used to make upholstery fabrics.

Helicopter at the Capitol

A couple of weeks ago while walking through a parking lot, I discovered the real purpose of a rusty platform that had interfered in the past with my plans to take pictures of… Continue reading

Guinness is Good for You

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

401 West Peachtree Street

I’m not aware of any name for this strange building except of its address displayed in huge letters above the entrance,

Entrance of the Candler Building

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

The “Georgia Pacific” and “One Ninety One Peachtree Tower” Buildings

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

People of Little Five Points

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