Historic Downtown Norcross (The Other Side)

One of my local favorite small town vignettes is Historic Downtown Norcross.  It is a very small train depot town from years past, replete with a handful of nice shops and eateries.  It has continued to improve with age over the past 20 years, thoughtfully blending nearby historic residential neighborhoods with new homes.  Many of the neighborhoods […]

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NYC Vignettes

 

NYC Transportation (cont. in B&W)

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NYC Transportation

The diversity of trains, train stations, and the labyrinth of their networks could be a body of work unto itself!

Out of the Shadows – NYC Williamsburg Bridge

Honoring World Trade

Words cannot describe a visit of this sacred ground, it’s gravity, nor the power of the memorials built to remind us.

Manhattan Skyline During the Golden Hours

NYC Top of the Rock

On a recent trip to “the city” with the best of friends and my son-in-law Evan, we checked out the view from the top of Rockefeller Center.   I had never been on the “top of the Rock” before, so this was a real treat.   There are several observation levels, but the very top […]

Atlanta Botanical

Fun, crowded day visiting the botanical gardens with my best friend!  Love you, honey.

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Midtown Walkabout

Recently my son-in-law Evan (@evan5ps, evan5ps.tumblr.com/, evan5ps.com,  led a photo walk in Midtown Atlanta near 14th Street and Peachtree.  Great turnout – 40-50 people.  So I joined up for a short bit and lavished in an hour or so of capturing street images at dusk while Katie kept me company.  Enjoy!

Harvest Season Signals

From a Labor Day visit to Columbia, TN.  Farmland and countryside abound.  Hints of autumn brim.

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Tunes from the Tombs

Kathy and I went to Tombs from the Tombs, a fun music event in Atlanta’s historic Oakland Cemetery, a few weeks back.  That’s right – a cemetery.  It’s a great time, and funds go to helping maintain this incredible historic venue that goes back to Civil War times.  The heat was unusually mild, so it […]

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