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The Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, Georgia

The Center for Civil and Human Rights is a museum dedicated to the achievements of both the civil rights movement in the United States and the broader worldwide human rights movement. The three-level Center hosts a number of exhibitions, both permanent and temporary, most of them tell the history of the American civil rights movement led by Martin Luther King, …

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The Boardwalk of Myrtle Beach

This photo post contains images taken during my Hello, Sunshine! trip’s photo walk along The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk & Promenade, located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It runs 1.2 miles (1.9 km) along the oceanfront from the Pier 14 at 14th Avenue North to the 2nd Avenue Pier at 2nd Avenue North and has tons of great family activities. There …

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Hello, Sunshine! Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

For the second year in a row, I traveled to the US Atlantic Cost for a beach vacation. The last year, during my trip to Tybee Island, I photographed a nice set of sunrise and beach photos – My Orange Crush – Spring Break on Tybee Island. Here is one of my favorite beach candid shots, titled Hello, Sunshine!, taken …

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Downtown Boston: Photo Highlights

This is the last set of pictures from my visit to Boston, the Capital and largest city of the State of Massachusetts, transformed from a relatively small and economically stagnant town of 10,000 people in 1720’s to the megapolis with population of 645,000 people in 2010’s. Founded in 1630, it’s one of the oldest cities in the United States of …

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Boston Strong

I continue publishing the photos I have recently taken in Boston, Massachusetts. The main reason of my visit to Boston was running the B.A.A. 10K Race. That’s where the name of this photo series #BostonStrong is coming from. The race itself was a very fun and unique event, – the Tropical Storm Bill had decided to visit Boston on the …

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Photo Walk on Boston's Freedom Trail

Boston, Massachusetts has more sites related to the American Revolution and America’s fight for independence than any other city. The Freedom Trail is the city’s most popular tourist attraction. It’s a 2.5-mile (4 km) route that leads to the 16 historically significant sites. The cool thing – you can’t get lost! the entire route is marked by a red line …

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Delta Douglas DC-3 Ship 41

This post is dedicated to all Trolley Dollies around the world’s sky (a.k.a. Stewardesses, Air Hostesses, and Flight Attendants). Thank you for your service, Ladies! 70 years ago, on March 16, 1945, Birdie Perkins boarded Delta’s passenger aircraft as its first flight attendant… I wanted to visit the hangars of the Delta Flight Museum since its grand re-opening in 2014. …

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Christmas Bike Photo Tour of my Neighborhoods

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours! Best wishes for a healthy 2015! Today’s travel photo post will be different. I am going to take you on a bike ride and show you my neighborhoods. I ride this 20-mile (33 km) course on Mondays. However, Christmas Day is a perfect day for a bicycle tour… We’ll start on …

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Turner Field - The "Home of The Braves"

The FIFA World Cup Brazil starts today. Congrats to all soccer/football fans around the globe! In this post, however, I publish a photo story about totally different sport and place that is not related to the game of soccer. Turner Field is a baseball park located in Atlanta, Georgia. It was originally built as Centennial Olympic Stadium to serve as …

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Top 10 Things-To-Do in Atlanta, Georgia

I’ve decided to add my two cents to the hundreds of Atlanta To-Do lists that can be found on the Internet. If you are a photographer who plans to travel to Atlanta, here are my Top 10 Things-To-Do in Atlanta, Georgia from local photographer’s point of view. Note, the first six attractions are located in walking distance from each other. …

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Old Car City USA - Photographer's Paradise

Old Car City USA is a junkyard-museum located in White, Georgia, 50 miles (80 km) north of Downtown Atlanta. The business started out as a store in 1931 by the parents of its current owner Dean Lewis, the sweetest Southern man and an artist himself (make sure you visit Dean’s Art Gallery). These days, 34 acres (14 hectares) junkyard became …

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