Tag Archive: Kodak Portra 160

Rusted Train Car

Commuters on the southbound red line MARTA train will recognize the sight of this abandoned train car. Pentax MX, Vivitar 50/1.7, Kodak Portra 160. Unedited. Advertisements

Back in 3 Weeks

Unfortunately, certain obligations are currently making it impossible for me to spend the amount of time I deem necessary to create interesting pictures on a regular basis. I plan on coming back in… Continue reading

Elliott Street Deli and Pub

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

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.

Homage to Mark Twain

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

Cherokee Roses

Based on my own observations, Cherokee roses seem to be the most common flowers still blooming at this time of the year. They are a much welcomed presence during my walks.

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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