Every once in awhile I will get a request for some wallpaper from one of my photos on this site or on Flickr. So I went in and made some wallpaper for your computer, phone & tablet.
For $2 you get at least 10 photos for your device.
*All photos are formatted specifically for your desktop, iPhone & iPad.
Barista Parlor is our favorite coffee shop in Nashville. While the hipster vibe (and line) can be off the charts its a coffee shop with great coffee, food & art. They also have a more chill spot in The Gulch which is just as nice. Be sure to check out the mural/graffiti wall on the other side of the Barista Parlor sign.
Every day I post 5-10 photos to my Flickr page. At the end of the week I try to write about some of my favorites from the week. Click on the photo and it will take you to the photo on Flickr.
Here is Week 46:
For the past several years Atlanta has hosted the Living Walls Street Art Festival. Fortunately we arrived in Atlanta a week after the festival ended so there were lots of excellent pieces like this one by Fintan Magee. They have a bike tour that goes by all the murals too. Can’t wait to go back next year and see what they put up.
The Sheraton Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona. Judging by the number of photos on my site you would think I was hired by Sheraton to shoot their hotel. While I am available for that sort of thing this was not the case. This hotel fit in perfectly with the colors and landscape of Phoenix. Also had one of the coolest rooftop pools I have seen. Its hard to believe a hotel can be your muse but on this Phoenix trip it definitely was.
Another hotel but this time in my home of Memphis, TN. The Madison Hotel in my opinion is the best hotel in Memphis (yes even more than The Peabody). There was something that struck me with just the two rooms with their lights on. Be sure to check out the rooftop if you stay there for one of the best views in the city.
I live just off one of the most authentic Memphis streets, Summer Avenue. I pass this sign almost every day and I’m a sucker for old signs like this. One could easily do a photo essay on Summer Avenue (hint hint). I see something new every day on my commutes.
Great shirt from one the spectators of the Dragon Con parade that takes place in Atlanta every year. You can see some more photos from my post earlier in the week.
Speaking of abandoned buildings in Memphis. This one on Crump close to Riverside has a few new additions to on its side.