As someone who walks everywhere no matter the season, I see the slowed down landscape of midtown Atlanta. From my morning walks to my late-night strolls, I come across a reoccurrence of color contrasts that catch my eye. Pops of red against gray concrete and bright greens in pale blue skies. I study how color works in metropolitan landscapes and how it plays out here, ever since I moved to Atlanta from Savannah. In Savannah, everything is reddish-brown and green. While it sounds lovely, it gets redundant after some time. I was thrilled to see in Atlanta the loveliness of a colorful landscape.

Rosie and metallic. Photo by Marian Hill.
Contrast at SCAD. Photo by Marian Hill.