So, it’s been a while – but sure was glad to walk away from the pace of life and return to doing what I love.  Today was a unique experience.  While I fancy myself a bit of an urban decay buff, it wasn’t until today that I realized the treasure trove available in the city of Atlanta.  I had the good fortune to literally join up with three strangers and visit a couple of great spots for some urban exploration.  Our guide had the inside track on where to go, and how to get in.  The rest of us, knowing each other only through Twitter and Free Art Friday Atlanta  joined up in Little Five Points to see what we could uncover.  Here are a few photos from our time together.  Many thanks to my partners in crime – look forward to doing it all again!

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John B. Gordon School

Termite Damage – John B. Gordon School

John B. Gordon School

Trees in the Floor – John B. Gordon School

School Bell - John B. Gordon School

School Bell – John B. Gordon School

School in Suspension - John B. Gordon School

School in Suspension – John B. Gordon School

Admiring Urban Decay - John B. Gordon School

Admiring Urban Decay – John B. Gordon School

Child's Lost Teddy Bear - John B. Gordon School

Child’s Lost Teddy Bear – John B. Gordon School

Forward - John B. Gordon School

Forward – John B. Gordon School

Boys Room - John B. Gordon School

Boys Room – John B. Gordon School

Stall Door - John B. Gordon School

Stall Door – John B. Gordon School

Lost Mail - Exide

Lost Mail – Exide

PLAST Sheet - Exide

PLAST Sheet – Exide

Tani - Exide

Tani – Exide

Hashtag, Always a Chair - Exide

Hashtag, Always a Chair – Exide

Junk/Scrap - Exide

Junk/Scrap – Exide

Eye - Exide

Eye – Exide

Battery Bath - Exide

Battery Bath – Exide

Not Stained Glass - Exide

Not Stained Glass – Exide

Mail Delivery - Exide

Mail Delivery – Exide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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