Same building, different filter. These were taken with my iPhone 5S and edited using Adobe PS Express for iPhone. This is the original. After I cropped it, I applied filters. First, Vibrant. Next, Summer. Aquatic. Contrastpunch. Finally, Glow.
Howard stares out his upstairs window at his neighbor, Zack, washing his car. Zack is at least sixty-five or seventy, Howard guesses, since all he knows about Zack is that he's retired, and is wearing no shirt as he applies wax to the car's exterior and buffs it. Howard shakes his head as he … Continue reading Dunkirk Estates
The sun goes down, worlds darken. Deep within another tainted dream I wander, alone, with just myself as companion. Dusty hallways fade in light. Eerie screams pierce tortured silence, leaving scattered bits of broken dreams, just memories.
I took a walk through downtown Atlanta late afternoon of 3 July and snapped some photos of this massive sculpture in SunTrust Plaza at the corner of Baker and Peachtree Streets. I've noticed it before while downtown, usually while walking from Peachtree Center MARTA Station to Baker to pick up the PATH trail to Stone … Continue reading Atlanta Street Scenes, Ballet Olympia, SunTrust Plaza, Atlanta, GA, 3 July 2015
One of my favorite little green spaces in Atlanta is the small park that's just behind One Atlantic Center at 14th Street and West Peachtree. It's totally surprising as one is walking along to encounter the meandering path with it's colorful benches and circular water fountain in the shadow of the impressive architecture of One … Continue reading One Atlantic Center, Atlanta, GA, 12 April 2015
I had the good fortune to be invited to a preview of The Fern Theatre Company's production of Theroun Patterson's The Wilderness, which runs April 3-19 at 7 Stages. While in L5P, I took the opportunity to snap some more photos of some of the murals around the area. Most of these are in the … Continue reading Atlanta Street Scenes, L5P, 2 April 2015