Yeah, well this is the extent of the biker gangs on the beltline. Other than being overly happy, I don’t think you need to worry about this group. These guys were kind enough to mug for a few photos in front of one of the wonderful art installations here. This massive found-object artwork is entitled “Josie Comes Home” by artist William Massey. You can find it on the east-side beltline where it passes under Freedom Parkway.
“Josie Comes Home” by William Massey
Art on the Atlanta Beltline
Art is sprinkled all over the beltline corridor and includes sculpture, murals, artistic graffiti and little bits and pieces of stuff in all kinds of unexpected places. I think there is an inside story that I haven’t found the clues to yet. There were a number of little artifacts attached to some of the larger artwork. It makes me think that there is a scavenger hunt of some kind going on or maybe these are just hidden “easter eggs” for the passerby to notice and get a grin out of.
Just generally a nice area to walk around
The beltline corridor is filled with shops, offices, homes and park space that make for a very enjoyable place to spend a nice day. In addition to the beltline itself, you pass through or nearby Piedmont Park, the Carter Center and other beautiful areas along the way. For an area that was once only a railroad right of way, this is now an amazingly beautiful part of Atlanta.
East-side beltline walk
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
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