Deadbear's Day February 18 6:30am- 2:10pm
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Saturday, March 11, 2000 9:48 PM

The deadbear day gallery for February 18, 2000: it was a day filled with strange weather and interesting sights. We were working on some changes and upgrading a few components of the card access system for the Georgia state capitol law building, its the office where the attorney general and her minions work. Pretty high caliber stuff really they seem to be pretty hyper about security that's why they leave the doors ajar when they go on frequent smoke breaks, and then complain to me when they are left open upon their return. The drive in was pretty standard noted some interesting cloud formations, nothing real spectacular though.

Upon my entering the capitol square I did grab a few good shots of the capitol hill area and the odd looking archives building (the land of piles of paper) also got a good quickie shot of the capitol homes area (quick because it is wise to keep photography to minimum in such urban areas). The photographs above flow sequentially with my walk up to the office, crossing the street and the entrance door, all of which are solid brass and must be polished weekly. I met up with my good buddy who shall remain anonymous as per request we'll call him David, no Craley he likes his little cell phone a lot as is evident in the two pictures I got this time. So we diagnosed our Panels fixed the problem and were off to our next conquest.

The Department of administrative services!! Sounds exciting! It's not, just more government in another building in the hood. Speaking of the hood our short drive through Pryor street yielded much less in the way of photography then I had hoped however there were a few ornate characters. Upon breaking into our data room and checking the situation out we were back to capitol square where an amazing amount of fog enveloped the entire capitol hill area it was very surreal almost spooky. After lunch we walked up central avenue and noticed the interesting cabling methods used for the roof transitions of one of the state office buildings. The story goes that due to asbestos insulation on the top layer no more access was allowed so when antenna or microwave coax were added they were literally thrown over the side of the building and routed through a make shift window sleeve! We got back on it and only saw APD screaming out of capitol homes as usual. I took a few nice capitol shots with the big oaks and sweet gums in the foreground and ran out of camera memory so I called it a day photographically speaking at least!

 

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