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 living neighborhood combing both preservation of history and families living their lives.  Upon rounding a corner just 2 blocks from the famous Ebenezer Baptist Church, I found this and fell in love with the color and creativity.

Sweet Auburn - Spring at its Best

Sweet Auburn – Spring at its Best

This entry was written by Mark , posted on Sunday April 14 2019at 09:04 am , filed under Architecture, Atlanta, Cityscapes . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

One Response to “Sweet Auburn / MLK Neighborhood”

  • Carl Gandolfo says:

    Sweet colors mixed in with the greens of spring! A very inviting area to have a seat and take in life around the neighborhood!!

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