Here’s hoping this photographer got your good side on New Year’s Eve.
A Redditor shared the above image shortly after capturing it from a plane bound for Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport after a trip to Los Angeles. It shows downtown Atlanta all lit up – electrically, though I’m sure a few folks were also “lit up” in the A-T-L on Wednesday night.
It’s a great look at a beautiful city from an angle that we rarely get to see, which makes it all the more spectacular.
(Photos: Breslanta’s Images of 2014)
In the image, you can see the Georgia Dome in the bottom-left, with the lot for the new Unnamed Falcons Stadium below it.
Among the other landmarks that can be seen in the picture are the “Grady Curve” on the bottom-right and Bobby Dodd Stadium just left of center. The big, bright green blob in the upper-left of the image is the Georgia Tech intramural complex.
The Atlanta Botanical Gardens and their “Garden Lights” holiday bonanza can also be seen in the top-right of the photo – just look for the bright green and purple lights.
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