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Old October 31st, 2005, 04:15 AM   #141
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waaay..too many pics on this page...let's try to pace ouselves guys.

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Great shots streetscaper..I added Philly and SF to my photo contribution on page 6.
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Excellent images of New Mexico streetscapeer,

...the design of this building reminds me of Levis Square in San Francisco...








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Ah, so many flavors to our lovely country.
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Old November 1st, 2005, 04:16 AM   #146
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Gotta Give a shout out to some of my Georgia Cities. I'll start with Savannah, a true national treasure if nothing else :


Savannah, Georgia
Georgia’s oldest city and first capital

Nicknames:

--The Hostess City of the South

Political Status:

--Seat of Chatham County:

--Location in GA:

--Current Mayor: Otis Johnson

--Typically Liberal or Democratic by USA standards

Other Vital Stats:

--Fourth Largest City in Georgia
--Total Area: 78.1 sq. mi.
-----Land Area: 74.7 sq. mi.
-----Water Area: 3.4 sq. mi.
--Population (City Limits): 127,573
--Population (Metro Area): 383,390
--Time Zone: Eastern
--Latitude: 32°5'0" North
--Longitude: 81°6'0" West

Savannah’s 24 Squares:

Calhoun Square
Chatham Square
Chippewa Square
Columbia Square
Crawford Square
Elbert Square
Ellis Square
Franklin Square
Greene Square
Johnson Square
Lafayette Square
Liberty Square
Madison Square
Monterey Square
Ogelthorpe Square
Orleans Square
Pulaski Square
Reynolds Square
Telfair Square
Troup Square
Warren Square
Washington Square
Whitefield Square
Wright Square

Movies Based in Savannah:

The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
The Gift
The Legend of Bagger Vance
Forces of Nature
The General's Daughter
The Gingerbread Man
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Kiss of Fire
Wild America
Something to Talk About
Now and Then
Forrest Gump
Camilla
Goldenboy
Love Crimes
The Rose and the Jackal
Flight of the Intruder
Glory
The Return of Swamp Thing
The Judas Project
My Father, My Son
1969
War Stories
Solomon Northup Odyssey
All My Children
Tales of Ordinary Madness
The Slayer
White Death
Scared to Death
When the Circus Came to Town
Fear
East of Eden
Mother Seton
Gold Bug
The Ordeal of Dr. Mudd
Orphan Train
Hopscotch
The Double McGuffin
The Lincoln Conspiracy
Roots
Gator


Airports Serving Savannah:

--Savannah International Aiport

Military Installations In Or Near Savannah:

--Hunter Army Air Field
--Fort Stewart

Useful Websites:

--Savannah City Website
--Savannah on worldweb.com
--www.savannahUSA.net

Sources:

--Wikipedia’s Savannah Article
--Emporis’ Savannah Section



------The Biblo, who settled the area around 3500, inhabited the area where Savannah is today.
Several thousand years after the Biblo left, the Yamacraws settled here.
Under their leader (at the time), Tomochici, they met the Georgia colony’s first settlers.
On February 12, 1733, James Oglethorpe, the settlers’ leader, was deeded the land by Tomochici in a peaceful transition.
------During the Revolutionary War, Savannah came under the control of the Loyalist and British forces in 17788.
Several attempts were made to liberate the city, including the most famous one, the Siege of Savannah in 1779.
------The port suffered an epidemic of Yellow Fever in 1818, which caused the city to be quarantined.
This scared many ships off, many of which never returned to the port.
This severely damaged the city’s economy.
------Savannah was also the target of General Sherman’s famous “March to the Sea” in 1864.
He, however, decided to spare the city, one of the few cities on any of his famous marches to be spared.
------During the 1930’s-40’s, many of the city’s historic building’s (now under the protection of the Historic District), were destroyed to make room for parking lots.
It was then that a group of young women formed the Historic Savannah Foundation.
In 1966, the downtown area of the city was designated a National Historic District.
In 1979, the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) was founded. The college did not use a centralized campus, but rather it renovated many of the downtown area’s historic building, thus further protecting them from the wrecking ball.
------The city is now a famous tourist destination.
This was solidified by the record-breaking bestselling book, Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil, and the movie of the same name.

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--The Wikipedia article on Savannah (see the link in the above section).



Savannah has the largest and oldest historic district in the US

Some of Savannah (not mine). Called the best walking city by the French paper Le Monde:



Three Really Good Savannah ones from zigzag/SavannahGA:

Wide Angle from the Harbor (good skyline pic)

Historic District

Another ofthe Historic District



Up next is my entry on Atlanta!

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it looks pretty good for its size
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Names:
  • Terminus, 1836-1843 (end of the railroad line)
  • Marthasville, 1843-1845 (in honor of the then mayor, and also the ex-governor, daughter)
  • Atlanta, 1845-present
Nicknames:
  • The A-T-L
  • The Horizon City
  • The Capital of the South
  • The Phoenix City
  • The City Too Busy to Hate
  • Hotlanta
  • A-Town
  • The Big A
  • The New York of the South
Political Status:
  • Seat of Fulton County
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  • Capital of Georgia
  • Location in GA and Fulton County:
  • Current Mayor: Shirley Franklin
  • Typically Liberal or Democratic by USA standards
Other Vital Stats:
  • Largest city in Georgia
  • Land Area: 132.4 sq. mi.
  • Water Area: 0.7 sq. mi.
  • City Population: (2004 Census Estimate) 423,019
  • City Population: (2000 Census) 416,474
  • Metro Population: (2004 Census Estimate) 5,034,362
  • Metro Population: (2000 Census) 4,247,981
  • Density (metro area): 3,161/sq. mi
  • Time Zone: Eastern, UTC-5
  • Latitude: 33°65' N
  • Longitude: 84°42' W
  • Elevation: 1,000 feet above sea level (mean elevation)
Diversity:
  • 61.39 % African American
  • 33.22% White
  • 4.49% Hispanic/Latino
  • 1.39% Asian
  • 0.18% Native American
  • 0.04% Pacific Islander
  • 1.99% Other Races
  • 1.24% Two or more races
Military Installations In or Near the City:
  • Ft. McPherson, Atlanta
  • Ft. Gillem, Forest Park, Clayton County
  • Naval Air Station, Atlanta, Atlanta
  • Dobbins Air Reserve Base
Atlanta Neighborhoods List:

Adair Park
Adams Park
Adamsville
Ansley Park
Ashview Heights
Atlanta University
Atlantic Station
Bankhead
Ben Hill
Berkeley Park
Blair Village
Blandtown
Bolton
Boulevard Heights
Buckhead
Cabbagetown
Candler Park
Capitol View
Carroll Heights
Cascade Heights
Cascade Road
Castleberry Hill
Center Hill
Downtown
East Atlanta
East Lake
Edgewood
English Avenue
Fairburn Heights
Florida Heights
Fort McPherson
Georgia Tech
Glenwood Park
Grant Park
Greenbriar
Grove Park
Home Park
Inman Park
Kirkwood
Lake Claire
Lakewood Heights
Loring Heights
Mechanicsville
Midtown
Monroe Heights
Morningside-Lenox Park
Mozley Park
Oakland City
Old Fourth Ward
Ormewood Park
Peoplestown
Piedmont Heights
Pittsburgh
Poncey-Highland
Reynoldstown
Riverside
South Atlanta
Summerhill
Sweet Auburn (Butler Street)
Sylvan Hills
Thomasville Heights
Vine City
Virginia-Highland
West End
West Lake
Washington Park
Whittier Village

Several Suburbs of Greater Atlanta:

Alpharetta
Austell
Avondale Estates
Buford
Canton
Carrollton
Cartersville
Chamblee
College Park
Conyers
Covington
Cumberland-Galleria
Decatur
Doraville
Douglasville
Druid Hills
Duluth
Dunwoody
East Point
Fairburn
Hapeville
Jonesboro
Kennesaw
Lawrenceville
Lilburn
Marietta
McDonough
Morrow
Newnan
North Atlanta
Peachtree City
Roswell
Sandy Springs
Smyrna
Snellville
Stockbridge
Stone Mountain
Tucker
Woodstock

Interstates in Atlanta:



City Symbols:

--Usually the Phoenix bird
--City Seal:

--City Flag:


List of atlanta's Mayors on Wikipedia

List of Famous Atlantans (From Wikipedia)

Useful Atlanta Websites:Major Airports Nearby:Ten Tallest Buildings:

(Rank. Building Name, Height, Year Completed)
1. Bank of America Plaza, 1,023 ft, 1992
2. SunTrust Plaza, 871 ft, 1992
3. One Atlantic Center, 820 ft, 1987
4. 191 Peachtree Tower, 770 ft, 1987
5. Westin Peachtree Plaza, 723 ft, 1976
6. Georgia Pacific Tower, 697 ft, 1981
7. Promenade II, 691 ft, 1989
8. BellSouth Building, 677 ft, 1980
9. 1180 Peachtree, 198 m, 2006
10. GLG Grand/ Four seasons Hotel, 609 ft, 1992

Sister Cities:

1. Salzburg, Austria - 1967
2. Montego Bay, Jamaica - 1972
3. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 1972
4. Lagos, Nigeria - 1974
5. Taipei, Taiwan - 1974
6. Toulouse, France - 1974
7. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England - 1977
8. Daegu, Korea - 1981
9. Brussels, Belgium - 1983
10.Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago - 1987
11. Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia - 1988
12. Bucharest, Romania - 1994
13. Ancient Olympia, Greece - 1994
14. Cotonou, Benin - 1995
15. Salcedo, Dominican Republic - 1996
16. Nuremberg, Germany - 1998
17. Ra'annana, Israel - 2000
18. Fukuoka, Japan - 2005

TV Shows Filmed/Based in Atlanta:Movies Filmed/Based in Atlanta:Books Set in Atlanta
  • The Answer Man by Roy Johansen
  • Down on Ponce by Fred Willard
  • Every Crooked Nanny by Kathy Hogan Trocheck
  • Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
  • Gumshoe Gorilla by Keith Hartman
  • Hand-me-down Heartache by Tajuana Butler
  • The Kidnapping of Aaron Greene by Terry Kay
  • A Man in Full by Tom Wolfe
  • Money for good by Franklin White
  • Neuromancer by William Gibson
  • On Ice by David Ramus
  • Peachtree Road and Downtown by Anne Rivers Siddons
  • Replay by Ken Grimwood
  • Stay: a novel by Nicola Griffith
  • Sacrificial ground by Thomas H. Cook
  • Step-Ball-Change by Jeanne Ray
  • The Wind Done Gone by Alice Randall

Sources:
  • The original area that is now Atlanta was Creek and Cherokee Indian territory. White settlement here began after the Creeks and Cherokees were sent off to Oklahoma via "The Trail of Tears". The city was first planned as a terminus for the Western Railroad in 1836. I was meant as the terminus for all lines coming in from Birmingham, Macon, Athens, and Chattanooga. This terminus was originally picked to be Decatur, but citizens in the area wanted it elsewhere, so another spot was picked (where the city is now).
  • As Terminus' population grew, locals suggested that the city should have a new name. They first wanted to name it after a former governor-then mayor of the city, Wilson Lumpkin. He declined the honor saying that he already had a city and county named after him, but he suggested that the city be named for his daughter, Martha. So, in 1843, Terminus was renamed Marthasville.
  • The exact origins of the name Atlanta are unknown, but it is known the Chief Engineer of the Georgia Railroad, John E. Thomson, was most likely the one who suggested it. The most popular idea as to how the city got its name is that the word "Atlanta" is a feminization of the word "Atlantic" from the "Western and Atlantic Railroad" In any case, Marthasville became known as Atlanta in 1845, and the city was incorporated under that name in 1847.
  • Atlanta became famous during the Civil War as a railroad hub for the Confederacy and the starting place of General William Tecumseh Sherman's infamous "March to the Sea" that ended in Savannah in 1864. Later on in the city's history, this very event would be immortalized in Margaret Mitchell's famous novel, Gone With the Wind. After a four month siege on the city by Sherman, Confederate General John Bell Hood ordered his troops to evacuate, which allowed Sherman to enter the city. The city was surrendered to Sherman's forces by then mayor James Calhoun on September 2, 1864. Then, on, September 7, 1864, Sherman ordered the citizens of the city to evacuate before he burned the city. On November 11, 1864, Sherman finally burned the city a started his march for Savannah.
  • Atlanta was gradually rebuilt itself after the war. It was during this time that it became the South's industrial and commercial center. The headquarters of the troops and services involved with Reconstruction were in McPherson Barracks, later to be known as Ft. McPherson. Atlanta became the fifth and final (so far) city to serve as Georgia's capital.
  • In the early 1900's, Atlanta was a bustling city filled with automobiles and streetcars going up and down its streets. The city's first major race riot against White prejudice occurred in 1906. That was not the end of the tensions, though. In 1913, Leo Frank, a Jewish man who supervised a factory was tried for raping and murduring a thirteen year old White girl who worked there. After his guilt in the crime was doubted, he had his death sentence commuted, but riots broke out, and a mob lynched Frank in 1915.
  • During the Great Depression, the city came so close to being bankrupt that the Coca-Cola Company had to bail them up, much as J.P. Morgan once did for the Federal Government in the late 1800's. Franklin D. Roosevelt's first public housing project in the nation was started in the city with the Techwood Homes projects in 1935. WWII brought even more prosperity to Atlanta with the Bell Aircraft Factory being built in Marietta and Ft. McPherson serving as a training and discharging center for troops all over the Southeastern U.S.A. Shortly after the war, the Communicable Diseases Center was founded in 1946. Later, the center would come to be known as "The Centers for Disease Control". This center was established in the old Malaria Control in War Areas building.
  • Atlanta was a center for the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960's. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and some students from some of Atlanta's historically Black colleges as major organizers of the movement held several protests here.. They, for example, held a famous sit-in at one a department store's lunch counter. This incident led to their arrests on October 19, 1960. This arrest helped draw national attention to the Civil Rights Movement. Atlanta's acceptance of the Civil Rights Movement was a lot more successful and peaceful than that of other big cities in the South, like Birmingham. It was this that helped Atlanta earn the title "The City Too Busy to Hate".
  • In 1990, Atlanta was informed by the IOC that it had the honor of hosting the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. After this announcement, the city began work on several projects, including the Olympic Stadium that would later become Turner Field. The games were overall a success, only marred by one event, the Centennial Olympic Park Bombing, which led to the death of two people and injured several.
  • As Atlanta entered the new Millenium, it looks forward to a future of great ness, with a wonderful mayor, a reviving downtown, skyscraper and building boom, and so on with its usual hardworking, go-getter spirit.
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Streets of Atlanta:









Up Next, The Westin Peachtree Plaza and Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta
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Wow, America is beautiful! Keep 'm coming please!
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The Westin Peachtree Plaza in Atlanta!

SSC- Rate the Westin Peachtree Plaza!

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Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel
723 ft or 220 meters
76 floors
Architect: John Portman & Associates

- Tallest hotel in the world when completed in 1976.
- Tallest hotel in the United States.
- Tallest hotel in the Western Hemisphere.
- One of the top 10 tallest hotels in the world.
- It has 2 360 degree revolving restaurants at the top and a public obervation deck.

This crystalline urban context, which dominates all else, marks the commercial center of Atlanta. The introverted plinth, out of which the hotel rises, establishes a clear boundary between the building and its surroundings. There is now a new connecting level in the upper section of the plinth, where shopping malls create links with the lower levels. The Peachtree Plaza Hotel stands for a hotel conception that aims to create an urban microcosm within the hotel itself; it contains conference rooms, bars, shops, a variety of restaurants and large public atriums - a celebration of hotel life for the guests.
My Pics of Atlanta's Westin Peachtree Plaza:



The Westin Peachtree from the Outside



Looking Down from the Elevator of the Westin Peachtree



The Crown of 191 Peachtree from the SunDial



Looking North



The Georgia Dome



(L-R) Centennial Tower, CNN Center, and the Georgia Dome



(L-R) The Equitable Building and Two Peachtree



(L-R) The Georgia Capitol, the Fulton County Courthouse. and the Atlanta City Hall



Looking South



191 Peachtree



Atlanta Hyatt Regency



SunTrust Plaza



Centennial Olympic Park



The Centennial Olympic Park Fountain



From My Brunch There!



Inside the SunDial:





A Chandelier:



"The Atlanta Mosaic"



The Crown of the SunTrust Plaza:



Bank of America Plaza:



The Candler Building:



Looking North Along the Downtown Connector:



The Equitable Building:



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Up Next, Centennial Olympic Park!

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In Coral Gables, Florida

Alhambra Water Tower


This folly, built in 1925, was the work of Denman Fink who was George Merrick's artistic advisor. Merrick was the founder of the City of Coral Gables.






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CHICAGO!!!!!!
How do you guys post pictures...i don't have a clue?????? HELP
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Miami from the air

A collection of my aerials over Miami for your enjoyment. These pictures were taken from commercial flights during the past ten months.


























Virginia Key




Key Biscayne




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Denali National Park - Alaska

Mount McKinley (aka "Denali"--its original Indian name) is the highest mountain in the U.S., with a height of 20,320 feet (6,194 meters). It has the greatest amount of vertical relief of any mountain in the world.

Amazing view although I'd guess that greatest vertial relief claim would be disputed by...



Dhaulagiri in Nepal that drops from 8,100 meters down to less than 2000 meters in the Kali Ganaki valley floor.



Rakaposhi in Pakistan that I'v often seen claimed as the largest mountain face in the world going from 7,700 meters down to somewhere around 2,000 or less.

My own favourite spot in the US so far would be Gran Teton national park..

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That's a crazy picture.
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That's a crazy picture.
Indeed, has me wishing I'd taken it.
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