Midtown Architecture

I’m still exploring and loving this new space.  Eventually I hope to time an interesting subject walking through the frame, but in the meantime I’m enjoying the architecture all by itself.  The “hanging bubbles” are a super cool touch!

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Between the Lines

In an ideal world, I would have preferred the subject be slightly better placed for separation to draw better attention to him.  Still, I love the overall graphic nature of this space and the resulting image.

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Sweet Auburn / MLK Neighborhood

Big city architecture is always an allure to me, but more gems can often be found by venturing off the main path into nearby neighborhoods.  I wandered into Sweet Auburn and the area where Martin Luther King, Jr. lived and pastored on a Saturday walk about.  There’s so much history there, of course.  But, it is still a […]

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Hyatt Regency Atlanta

Atlanta has pockets of great architecture, and several downtown hotels highlight this.  I’ve photographed and posted images from the Marriott Marquis (Marriott Marquis Atlanta).  The Hyatt Regency has similarities and is equally compelling.  This should be no surprise since John C. Portman is the architect of both (as well as SunTrust, the subject of my prior post).

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SunTrust Plaza

From a Saturday walkabout …. #lovearchitecture .

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Track Twenty Nine …

This statin is full of history and architecure!  The terminal was finished in 1909, accommodated up to 50 trains per day in its “hay day,” and its design won an architectural design award in Paris that year.  Original known as Terminal Station, it is now the Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel.  The hotel property includes the […]

Passages 2.0

Two of my favorite small cities are Chattanooga and Asheville.  Each has a small city feel with tons to offer, including an eclectic flare for the arts and creativity. This small alley in Chattanooga, called “Passages 2.0”, is an example of how the city continues to transform old, historical architecture into new and vibrant creations.  I […]

Rock Springs – Like Home

Love this old church, and have shared a post and photo before.  I drive past it every weekend, and I always feel like I’m stepping back in time to my childhood when small, country churches were prevalent in my rural part of the world (Lewis County, TN).  Folks worked hard, and many were rooted in faith […]

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The Little Kitchen That Could

I shared a photo and post in November, 2017 about a beautiful experience Kathy and I literally stumbled into.  You can read the original post here. Fast forward a year and 3 months … I received a note (posted below) from Tom Hare, the passionate owner and artist of this fantastic work-of-art cabin.  His note completely made […]

Morning at the Museum #1 – Labyrinth

Another fun visit to the High Museum of Art.  We frequent it at least 3-4 times a year.  Exhibits do not disappoint, nor do observations of the museum’s architecture and patrons.

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Morning at the Museum #2 – Red

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Morning at the Museum #3 – Traces of Blue

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