Atlanta shut down in February for a bit as well. These photos sum that time up for me.
As chronicled before I participated in the Google+ 365 Photo Project for 2012 and 2013. For 2014 I decided against it, because I found that trying to find something new and/or inspiring on a daily basis was quite challenging. Then a funny thing happened I found that I was still taking photos quite a bit, not every day but certainly more than I expected. I actually missed doing it as it was a routine and made me pay attention to things that I normally would not pay attention to. As such I’m going to begin publishing some of those photos here. A story may be attached, a story may not. At any rate I hope you enjoy it.
H/T to M Hardy, I needed to do this anyway. Thank you.
First up, a couple of shots from January. I am fascinated by heavy equipment. I blame my father an automotive guy and being Hoosier surrounded by farmland, tractors and such. The photo above is of construction near my job (the old location). What made me take this photo was the giant “screw/drill” entering the ground. If you know the proper name, please feel free to drop that in the comments. I’m curious.
The two icy looking photos are from Snowmageddon/Snowpacalypse I in Atlanta on January 28-29 of this year. I’m sure you saw all of the hoopla and jokes. They were all TRUE. We were shut down until that Friday. The shut down was pretty fab as far I was concerned as I had plenty of food, wine and naps to pass the time away.
Look for the next installment of whatever this is going to be called on Not an Expert soon.