Patina #2 – Old Car City

Dusk Tooing and Froing

Early evening at Atlanta’s Midtown Marta Station.

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 […]

Krog Street Tunnel – ATL

Lots to explore here … the art changes daily!


“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” ~Leonardo da Vinci

BART Millbrae Station

Train stations are always compelling to me because of the motion and energy, the study of travelers, and of course, the architecture.  Since this visit was around 10pm, there was very little going on.  However, the geometry and leading lines did not disappoint. Bay Area Rapid Transit – Millbrae Station near the San Francisco Airport (SFO)

Hidden Gems – Asheville Alleys #2

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”  ~ Albert Einstein

Spring Into Color

NYC Transportation (cont. in B&W)

A few more …

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

Business Trip – Almost HomeII

Project 365 – Day 106 Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport – 4700 acres, 31,000 parking spaces, 1,300 toilets, 25,000 chairs, 53,000 light bulbs, >250,000 passengers per day, and the busiest airport in the world.  It’s good to be home! Fuji X100s, 23mm f/2.0, 1/125 @ f/2.8, ISO2500

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