Traditional architecture in a green patina while walking the streets of Savannah
A glimpse of sunset at the Talmadge Bridge in Savannah, Georgia
Sunset rays gently light up Talmadge Bridge in Savannah
The life-size statue Sisters of Mercy founder Mother Catherine McAuley standing next to a female student—uniquely adorned in the St. Vincent’s Academy cardigan sweater with Mercy shield—as a testament to the important role her order, the Sisters of Mercy, played in education in Savannah, Georgia.
Talmadge Bridge over Savannah River captured in monochrome
A huge paddleboat dwarfs another boat on the Savannah River, Savannah, Georgia
Forsyth Fountain – erected in 1858, this cast iron fountain is probably the most photographed site in Savannah, Georgia. Here is a different interpretation of the fountain in a monochrome image.
Sunset casts a golden glow in a beautifully designed hotel in Savannah, Georgia
Old architecture in India reflects symmetry in its line of doors along a passage
The wall of a building in Atlanta reflects modern art in its architecture
Eye pleasing designs in the lobby of Marriott Marquis, Atlanta
The beauty of curves in the lobby of Marriott Marquis in Atlanta
Various architectural design elements in the lobby of Marriott Marquis, Atlanta blend well for a photographic image
Spectacular views in the lobby of Marriott Marquis in Atlanta with elevators going up all the way to the skylight
The lobby of Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia offers photographers ample opportunity to capture various architectural and mesmerizing designs.
The Georgia Aquarium, located in Atlanta, is the largest aquarium in the western part of the world. Outside of Asia, this aquarium is the only institution housing whale sharks. The Aquarium’s other notable specimens include beluga whales, bottle-nose dolphins, and manta rays.
The World of Coca-Cola is a museum, located in Atlanta, Georgia, showcasing the history of the Coca-Cola Company. The iconic bottle on top of a building appears to be encased in a block of glass, with the sun creating silhouettes of its structure.
The stone for the BAPS Temple in Atlanta, Georgia was shipped piece by piece from India, where craftsmen had sculptured it into more than 500 designs including rosettes, leaves, feathers and lacy geometric patterns. The thousands of sections, ranging from five ounces to five tons, each with its own bar code, have been assembled like a giant jigsaw puzzle based on instructions for religious buildings written into scripture thousands of years old.
The water feature at BAPS Temple in Atlanta, Georgia is decorated with a row of elephant sculptures.
In India the elephant is a symbol for power, dignity, intelligence and peace. Elephants in Hinduism and the Indian Culture are a symbol of intellectual strength, and sturdy earthy mental strength. Elephants, in general, symbolize the qualities of wisdom, strength, courage, longevity, patience, honor, and stature.
A peacock sculpture welcomes visitors to the BAPS Temple in Atlanta, Georgia. Peacocks symbolize grace, pride, and beauty. They are a sign of joy for all who see them. Peacocks are often used in Indian mythology and folk stories.