Nico the flirty Beluga Whale. Georgia Aquarium
Fourth of July, Atlanta's Centennial Park fireworks celebration.
A rare, but beautiful, snowy morning in Georgia.
South Beach, Miami, Florida
I love cows.
Thrift store finds
Sunset, Rincon, Puerto Rico
Spring blooms, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Trio in Black and White
Caribbean Sea, Westpunt, Curacao
Orchid, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Water Lilies, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Morrison Springs, Ponce de Leon, Florida
Water Droplets, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Sunrise, Ponce de Leon, Florida
Beautiful Blooms, Atlanta Botanical Garden
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Monday, October 19, 2009
Saturday afternoon was the annual Little Five Points Halloween Fest. The festival includes a big parade with lots of people dressed up. It's not just the paraders who are in costume, a lot of people in the crowd are too. This is a shot of one area of the crowd. It was like this a majority of the parade route. There were people everywhere!
One of the local haunted houses and their parade float.
I ended up walking along with some friends on their float. We had a mix of costumes. Here's a cowboy and Alex from "A Clockwork Orange." We also had a pirate, two more as different versions of Alex, and President Ronald Reagan.
Also at the parade was this guy dressed up as Snow White. If you've never been to Little Five Points in Atlanta . . . it's a very unique place.
Last night Allison and I went to the Falcons/Bears game. It was lots of fun!
The Falcons play in a dome. This is part of a support column. I thought the angles were interesting.
Until next week . . .
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Candied apples on sale at Kilwin's. Don't they look yummy? I think the apple covered in gummies is too cute. My friend and I ended up choosing other things. Chocolate-peanut butter fudge for him and chocolate covered marshmallows for me. Yum!
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Fog, fog, and more fog. I drove through this stuff the entire way!
It makes the lake look kind of eerie, huh?
Not sure what type of grass this is, but it was all over the place.
The last three pictures are from historic Greenwood Cemetery.
Until next week . . .
I spotted several sunflower fields from the interstate while on my way to court one morning. I was determined to find them on my way back. Luckily, they were right off the interstate and I was able to snap a few pictures. I was too chicken to get out of the truck and walk through the fields.
Last Friday I took in the first game of the last Braves series. Derek Lowe was pitching against the Nationals. This was the first time I'd seen Derek pitch live for the Braves. It's just not the same seeing him out of a Red Sox uniform. :)
I was greeted by this on my way home from the Braves game. Usually, traffic isn't this bad late on a Friday night. For some reason, GDOT decided to close 4 lanes of traffic. Why on earth they would decide to close 4 lanes just as event traffic is picking up is beyond me!
On Sunday, I went for a long walk around historic Roswell. This is a broken headstone in the Old Roswell Cemetery.
The main street through the Roswell Square invites its businesses to create scarecrows for Halloween. I thought this one was pretty cute.
And, in case you were wondering, Elvis is alive and well on Canton Street!
This week's Sunday Six coming up in just a bit!