Tag Archive: Kodak Gold 100

The Equitable Building

Seen from a downtown parking lot deck, the Equitable Building. Advertisements

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

Garden in September

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

Verizon Street Art

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

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

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

The Color of Your Mood

The nearest mall to your location might now entice you to find the right color to wear for your mood. If there is a Lush store in your shopping mall, you will have… Continue reading

Free Food!

The sudden agitation around a cart where free chips were distributed to Georgia State University students reminded me of the typical hectic behavior of pigeons fighting for scraps of food. This comparison was… Continue reading

1996 Atlanta Olympics

About three weeks ago during the London Olympics, I took a picture of this bridge built for the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta. There was some sadness in doing so at a time… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

Because of the incongruous mixture of architectural styles, the building in the back seems closer than the one in front. Despite the clear perspective of their relative positions, an optical illusion is created… Continue reading