I spent a little time last week over in Atlanta, and of course found some free time to wander around with my camera, which is something I always look forward to, especially in a new place. Though I have been there plenty of times over the years, it was never with my Nikon so that always makes it a little different. I was staying downtown right next to Centennial Olympic Park, so when I was free I grabbed the gear and headed out. It's funny how little ground you cover when you are there to take pictures - the park isn't that big, but it took me a couple of hours to photograph everything I wanted. I met some nice homeless guys who were hanging around and sorta following me and asking questions (sample question: do you have a dollar?), so that slowed me down a little, but it was still a good time!