Red stands out anywhere, but especially against the neutral colors — black, gray, and white. Decatur, GA
This water tower and building made a perfect silhouette against the blazing sunset in Oxford, Alabama.
The sun was slipping below the western horizon when I arrived at this church in Vienna, Ga. I took several pictures, but liked this one with the sunset reflected in the window the best.
Shiloh United Methodist Church
Vienna, GA 31092
The Old Grist Mill on a wet Fall afternoon at Stone Mountain Park.
Stone Mountain, GA
For years this building housed the John Geist & Sons Forges. But as long I could remember a lawn mower repair service was there. Whenever I drove by, I would see old and relatively lawn mowers of every make and type lining along the sidewalk.
One evening I passed by and the lawnmowers were gone. The sidewalk was bare. The doors were locked and the windows were shut. The business was closed. Not just for the night, but for good. The realtor’s sign announced that the building was up for sale.
I just had to take a picture. Why? The golden hues of the setting sun across the red bricks signaled the end of a day, and the close of a business. Two generations made a living here, what will the next owner do here?
311 Jefferson Street
When I saw this fenced building with the staircase and apartments missing, I immediately saw a visual of what life looks like for so many people. From their perspective, they can never climb up to their dream of a better life, because the way to the top has been destroyed and barricaded.
Near the Hilton on Av. Diagonal
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain