Atlanta is quite the diverse city full of history, a vibrant booming art scene and of course, shopping and restaurants galore. Due to family ties all throughout Georgia, I have frequented Atlanta a great number of times throughout my young life. Most recently I got to experience autumn in Atlanta and must say, it was gorgeous. I've visited during extreme heat and humidity of the summer months and have visited during the frigid, snow covered streets of the winter months. Trust me on this one, Autumn is lovely. Seeing the leaves change colors along the backroads and side streets of The Peach State is something we just don't see in California.
The air was warm with a slight crisp breeze that reminded me that yes, winter is in fact on the horizon. The warm nights and sun filled days made it ideal weather to spend the day at a local art fair in the affluent Buckhead neighborhood before roaming the upscale shopping area of Atlantic Station. Filled with boutiques, restaurants and small coffee shops, this is a great spot to spend time while in Atlanta, as it is centrally located. While visiting this city, make sure to do your research too discover all the historical points of interest, the Coca-Cola Factory, and the 1996 Olympic Park. I personally love the blog Cool Atlanta, that features the culture people and spots of Atlanta that you may miss while visiting. In the middle of October, here is Autumn in Atlanta seen through my eyes and captured through my lens.
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