Voted amongst the top 10 best places to take photos in Atlanta, not only is the BeltLine a place for Atlantans to retreat for brisk walks, cold beer, or a warm pate of Poncey’s best cuisine, it is also the backdrop for a plethora of photo opportunities. As the setting for several pieces of public art, the BeltLine features beautiful murals and sculptures, unique pops of color, and striking scenes. This artful collection is what makes our community that much more special, while it exists for a consistent charm, these features also photograph with the utmost aesthetic.
While on the prowl for the best photo framework, you won’t be able to miss local artist Greg Mike’s murals that are scattered across Atlanta. These beautiful displays set the idealistic tone for great photography, and bring vibrant color to the neighborhood. The installation of the Tiny Doors that sit along the trail and throughout Old Fourth Ward serve as an exciting scene for an Instagram post, or just for your camera roll.
As you explore, head to the bridge that overlooks Ponce de Leon Avenue on the Eastside Trail. This is the best place to embrace the culture and scenic views of Atlanta. Or, to the railroad trestle on the Northside Trail. This breathtaking spot is notated as one of the most picturesque stretches of the BeltLine and is sure to compliment any pose.
The BeltLine is an unrepeated experience and multifaceted destination for any type of entertainment. Grab a bite, snap a photo, and travel a short journey back to the posh collection of Poncey-Highlands townhomes that make up 550 N Highland. For more information about living in a picture-perfect community, visit 550nhighland.com.