Terra-cotta

Skyline – Another Take

I’ve been wanting to revisit post processing of this image which was previously posted in B&W (with I still love), mainly as a personal challenge.  This ATL skyline vantage point  is “worn out”, but at the same time, it is a classic view.  The color temperature of the sodium vapor lights on the foreground highway […]

Posted in: Architecture, Atlanta, Cityscapes, Fog by Mark 2 Comments

Cabbagetown in Late Autumn

Rainy Day at the Museum

High Museum of Art

Self Portrait

ATL in B&W

Thanksgiving weekend is almost over, and it was excellent.  Close friends and family enjoyed a delicious meal and Thanksgiving Day visit, including a special visit from my best bud Carl (thanks for being here, bro!).  We all had lots of great food through the weekend, took in a movie, hiked and enjoyed time outdoors … this (and […]

Town Square – Lawrenceville, GA

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Art in Progress

“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.”  ~Scott Adams This small vignette immediately caught my eye for so many reasons:  1) I love rustic spaces with a connection to the past.  2) Soft, natural, sunlit backlighting from the old window panes provides warmth and dimension.  3) Artists invest enormous amounts of time […]

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Krog Street Tunnel – ATL

Lots to explore here … the art changes daily!

Geometry

Let Freedom Ring!

Happy Independence Day!

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Lunchtime Invitation

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