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While living in Atlanta,  it occurred to me that I had traveled across the seas and came back with what I hoped were iconic scenes of these faraway places. Yet, I never did that at home. I took photos locally of course, but those local scenes didn’t tend to be landmarks by any stretch. When I lived in Atlanta, my weekends were far more likely to be spent hunting for nearby landscapes. But why not focus some attention on local landmarks? Now, it’s open to interpretation what is iconic, of course, but this is how my Atlanta Icons series was born.

This particular entry in that art print series is from Atlanta’s bohemian neighborhood, Little Five Points. This is a scene that probably requires no introduction to people who have visited or lived anywhere near where Moreland, McLendon and Euclid meet.  This, of course, is the entrance to the Vortex, a great burger join in the heart of L5P. Little Five Points is delightfully full of uniquely designed exteriors but the skull that forms the entrance to the Vortex always comes to my mind first. I think it’s the single architectural feature I recall seeing when I rode into L5P for the first time in my early days living in Atlanta. How about you? What’s your first memory from the streets of Little Five Points?

Now as I’ve moved away from Atlanta, I have to admit this has become a nostalgic print for me, reminding me of those early years after college. It makes me even more glad to have spent some time capturing the local highlights. Yet, I’ve had people who chose this print who had never wandered the streets of Atlanta. So, it definitely has dramatic appeal beyond those nostalgic for their days in Little Five Points.

Wonder what past print buyers think?

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