Phoneography Challenge! Challenger’s Choice Time!

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Hello phoneographers!!!! This week’s challenge theme is challenger’s choice and I went with architecture; Only, there are portraits mixed in with this particular work of architecture. My husband, sister in law, our kids and I recently discovered this wonderful Irish pub/restaurant that is in an old children’s hospital in Decatur, GA (Scottish Rite). I love the idea of taking something historical and turning into something else like a restaurant… Instead of, say, tearing it down (Atlanta is infamous for destroying and covering up its history). Anyways, it was very eclectic on the inside with mixed but not matched antique tables, chairs and chandeliers. It is the coolest place ever! And it’s rich with history as well! I hope you enjoy these photos… A little glimpse of the old hospital building refurbished. 🙂 Thanks for readin’!

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11 thoughts on “Phoneography Challenge! Challenger’s Choice Time!

  1. Pingback: Phoneography Challenge: (Almost) Portraiture | Lens and Pens by Sally

  2. I enjoyed this shots, especially as I had several mirror shots as well (great minds and all that). But as Guinness is my default beer, how could I not like photos in or of and Irish pub? 🙂

    janet

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  4. This is such a fun challenge. I will try to see if i can participate. I’m usually trying to get through the crowd here in the city to take a photo of anything lol. I loved the photos above.

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