During my tenure in Atlanta, if you were a photographer, it was expected that sooner or later, you'd take photos in the Krog Street Tunnel, a railroad underpass adjacent to the former mill village of Cabbagetown.
Aside from the interesting underground ambiance and lighting was the ever-changing tapestry of graffiti. There were some that considered this place an incredibe eyesore, the surest definition of urban blight, but there were others of us who considered this a kaleidoscope of art and expression.
And even though gritty urban scenes are not what I'm most known for, I have always been proud of my images from this urban landmark.
July 12th, 2012
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