Autumn architecture

19 Oct

We know it’s fall when we start noticing the argyle church on Briarcliff Road again.

The house next door is totally bricked out in bouclé, too, though you can’t tell here. We call this part of Briarcliff “Sweater Row”.

While you’re cruising the Druid Hills Halloween decorations and wooly Tudor architecture, do stop by Callanwolde for Tom Zarrilli‘s “Faces of the Yards of Clutter” show.

Previously: Atlanta’s pagan roots

One Response to “Autumn architecture”

  1. Terry Wednesday, October 19, 2011 at 11:30 pm #

    I’m hoping to visit it inside one day. P.S. The horror on Amsterdam is emerging from the ground.

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