coda Midtown

I’ve photographed and posted this location multiple times, but it continues to draw me back time and again.  The architectural lines are incredible, but also, east/west walkthrough and structure of the buildings creates so many different lighting situations, depending on time of day and year.  This was taken on a sunny mid-day.

Marriott Marquis – Atlanta

A revisit to an old friend.  This is such a fun place to photograph, and this time around, it was even better because I was able to share the experience with my friend Carl.  Thanks for visiting, bud!

The Man, The Myth, The Legend ….

Photographer, book publisher, banker, explorer of light … and best friend, Carl Gandolfo.

The Corner

Abstract images have always caught my attention, maybe because they evoke a question of mystery and what lies within.  On a recent walk to my bus stop after work, I came to this familiar corner with an awesome restaurant space with patio.  The restaurant recently closed, unfortunately.  I peered inside one of the windows, and […]

Dusk Tooing and Froing

Early evening at Atlanta’s Midtown Marta Station.

Hidden Figures – Sunday School

Hidden Figures – Summer Semester

Coffee Shop

My early morning happy place.  Quiet, quaint, comfortable.

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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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