After spending yesterday in suburbia, I had to go downtown today.
There were a lot of hip people hanging around outside the Plywood Presents conference at the Tabernacle.
I've lived in Atlanta all my life and even worked downtown for a while, but I have never really loved it. Today, I started to feel a little affinity for this city. The cool conference I wish I had attended. The open people that let me take their photographs. The varied architecture. I felt an inkling of Atlanta's energy.
In addition to the people, the architecture was surprisingly interesting. A lot of juxtiposition between the old and the new. The quaint and the corporate.
Plus, there was some good wall art -
Thanks, downtown. I'll be back...