Atlanta

When I’m Not Travelling…

Winter Storm Pax brought snow and ice into my neighborhood. Work was cancelled for three long days due to adverse driving conditions. Mother Nature did a great job on the...

Jones Bridge Park, Atlanta

When mom was in town, I took her to this park. This is all in infrared color. Back to album

17th Street Bridge, Atlanta

I’ve taken so many pictures at this place, but there’s only a few that I really like. Clearly, I need to learn more about photography. Back to album

Atlanta Botanical Garden

I can’t tell the difference between a water lily and a lotus flower. So I’m not sure what this one is. I’m only sure of one thing. It’s gorgeous! I...

Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta

Oakland Cemetery is the oldest in Atlanta. An estimated 70,000 people are interred here; the last plots were sold in 1884. There is so much history in this place. I...

Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta

In 1996 the World Olympics was held in Atlanta. 197 nations participated in the Games, involving over 10,000 athletes. Many people say Atlanta was never the same after 1996. This...

Piedmont Park, Atlanta

I love the reflection on the lake. It looks like I could actually step on the water without getting wet. This was also at the park. It has a swimming...

Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta

Druid Hills is one of Atlanta’s most affluent neighborhoods. Druid Hills houses Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Emory is private; CDC is owned by the Federal...

Underground Atlanta, GA

As a Civil War buff, I am fortunate that in the last few years I had the opportunity to live in Richmond, Virginia and Atlanta, Georgia — cities that are...

BAPS Swaminarayan Hindu Temple, Atlanta

I keep going back to this place to be overwhelmed by its grandeur. Also, it’s in my neighborhood, and they don’t mind having strangers like myself. It’s hard to miss...

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