Gallery of Fine Art Photography - Atlanta GA

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Lumière

The Galleries of Peachtree Hills
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    2 days ago
    Lumiere

    With extreme hot temperatures over the past week it seems fitting to share three images by John Gutmann of swimmers at a pool in San Francisco from 1934.

    If you are looking for indoor activities to beat the heat - head to the Breman Museum in Midtown Atlanta for the exhibition Culture Shock - Photography by John Gutmann. Currently on view and featuring more than 60 classic Gutmann photographs.

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    With extreme hot temperatures over the past week it seems fitting to share three images by John Gutmann of swimmers at a pool in San Francisco from 1934. 

If you are looking for indoor activities to beat the heat - head to the Breman Museum in Midtown Atlanta for the exhibition Culture Shock - Photography by John Gutmann. Currently on view and featuring more than 60 classic Gutmann photographs.

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    5 days ago
    Lumiere

    61 years ago today, in 1961 the Antarctic Treaty, reserving Antarctica for free and nonpolitical scientific study, entered into full force. A 1991 agreement imposed a ban on mineral exploitation for 50 years.

    Today showcasing 10 stunning images of Antarctic beauty by Julieanne Kost.

    Antarctica, is the fifth largest continent on Earth, and lies concentrically around the South Pole. Its landmass is almost wholly covered by a vast ice sheet averaging 6,500 ft (2,000 m) thick. It is divided into two subcontinents: East Antarctica, consisting mainly of a high, ice-covered plateau, and West Antarctica, consisting largely of an archipelago of mountainous islands covered with ice. Its land area is about 5.5 million sq mi (14.2 million sq km).

    The ice sheet overlaying the continent represents about 90% of the world’s glacial ice. By far the coldest continent, it has the world’s lowest recorded temperature, −128.6 °F (−89.2 °C), measured in 1983. The climate supports only a small community of land plants, but the rich offshore food supply sustains penguins, aquatic mammals, and immense seabird rookeries. There are no#lumieregalleryn#AntarcticTreaty##julieannekost
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    6 days ago
    Lumiere

    Celebrating Kris Kristofferson's 86th birthday today with three images by Al Clayton. Clayton met and photographed Kristofferson during the 1960's when they both were living in Nashville. Many of these images were featured in Ken Burns' documentary: Country Music.

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    Celebrating Kris Kristoffersons 86th birthday today with three images by Al Clayton. Clayton met and photographed Kristofferson during the 1960s when they both were living in Nashville. Many of these images were featured in Ken Burns documentary: Country Music. 

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