As the night begins to cool and football season begins its weekend reign, my anticipation for the fall season grows. The extensive list of arts festivals and long days in the park without the worry of immediate sunburn are part of the pleasures of living in Atlanta this time of year.
However, if there’s ever a place to truly appreciate fall season in Atlanta, it’s the Tenth Street border of Piedmont Park, the largest park in the city. The expanses of grass are perfect for flag football with friends or laying out with a book under beautiful skies. And how can you say no to a lengthy roll down the long hills, such as the one photographed here.
Come fall season, the kid inside of me is grateful for Atlanta being “a city among the hills”.