Atlanta Photo Diary

When we set out for Atlanta last week, we weren’t quite sure what to expect. Shaky Knees festival brought us to Atlanta, but every day was packed with other activities – blogger meet-ups, backyard sessions, an FP Me shoot, special interviews, and more. Along the way, we met some incredible people and left with a handful of new friends. They welcomed us into their city, and made us feel like we were home. Atlanta surprised us. For such a sprawling giant, each neighborhood had something different to offer, and we found some true gems within each. We were sad to go, but left feeling inspired with a new perspective. To all of our new friends…thank you for making this trip a special one.

atlanta sky

atlanta skyline

atlanta lead

shaky knees schedule


shaky knees fence

little five points

rachel and julia

criminal records

protect your magic

yarn bombed tree

municipal market

rachel shooting

rainbow road

goat farm

rachel shooting

julia and books

me taking picture

holding polaroid

shaky knees fest balloon

julia taking picture

local natives

Local Natives!

two stylish girls

stage and bubbles

cool tattoo

shaky knees

just the three of us

Keep an eye out for more Atlanta and Shaky Knees content this week on the blog!

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  1. Thanks for posting these pictures (in their right orientation ), love the shot of the file cabin art instillation .
    Can’t wait to see more Atlanta pictures .

  2. I live in Atlanta and I’ve never seen those beautiful stacked filing cabinets. What part of town are they in?

  3. so glad you enjoyed atlanta!!! was super bummed i didn’t get to meet y’all at the fp white provisions event (was working over at the fp atlanta store!)

    excited to see more of atlanta from your lens!

  4. My boyfriend painted the “Welcome to Little 5” sign and the Criminal Records sign along with many other ones in that area and in and around Atlanta, it was a nice surprise to see them on here!

  5. Where did you see the ‘protect your magic’ painted? I live in Atlanta and have been trying to find it.

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