Movement in the morning (at Fairlie Poplar Neighborhood)
"Falling in Love with Atlanta"
Living Walls & #weloveatl Demonstrate Why People Succeed Where Marketing Fails
If you’re looking for something that explains the attraction of the whole weloveatl* thing, or Living Walls for that matter, look not further than this awesome article by Chuck Reece in The Bitter Southerner. I love being part of this.
* Almost all my Atlanta pics are submitted to the project and prints of my work have appeared on the #weloveatl truck and perhaps even sold.
Natural fibers (at The Healey Building)
New earrings from Axum Culture. (at The Healey Building)
Pic by @kristinaweena of Harry, who snuggled on her this afternoon, (at The Healey Building)
Puddlegeam of the Muse’s. (at Robert W. Woodruff Park)
Blossom Tree (at Robert W. Woodruff Park)
Under the highway, wet reflection. (at Edgewood Ave)
Edgewood under the highway (at Downtown Atlanta)
Faded MoMA poster under some security mesh. (at Edgewood Ave)
Breakthrough (at Edgewood Ave)
Unhinged (at Edgewood Ave)
Eroding window, Hilliard St. (at Edgewood Ave)
Take it from me: people loiter on Hilliard St. (at Edgewood Ave)