This week our extended family went to the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel in downtown Atlanta. The Peachtree Plaza is the 2nd tallest all-hotel tower in the US and 17th world wide. We enjoyed a lunch at the restaurant on the top floors of the hotel which rotate. From your table, every 60 minutes you get a full view of downtown Atlanta.
This week I went with the Nikon L35AF and Fuji Fujicolor 200 film. This camera was given to me by my mother (no heavy strings attached like my pervious post). From what I gather from other posts online, this is the first “point and shoot”, auto focus camera from Nikon introduced in 1983. It turned out to be a service-able camera that had some nice results.
I felt I had to include at least one picture of the Atlanta Olympic park some 20 years after the current olympics. I did try to spare you with all of the pictures of family. I’m sure anyone following my posts are tired of seeing my kids at this point.