It’s a day like this one that I’m grateful I work outside. The job site is in the country in Ball Ground, Georgia and sits near the Etowah River. On our lunch break, this fawn followed one of the guys up from the river and walked right up to me. Immediately everyone started digging into their lunch bags to try to find something that the fawn might enjoy. Turns out he loved bananas!
Presently we are working on a project in Atlanta. With the hours I’m keeping, I’m on the road in the early mornings and it allows me to catch certain images that some may miss as they’re rushing to start their day.
As I sat at this red light, I was admiring the height and design of the buildings around me. But it was the reflection of the IBM Tower on the left that caught my attention. It appeared at first to be an optical illusion, and I quickly took my iPhone out before the light changed.
I’m not sure if the architect of the building in front of me realized what their design and materials would capture in the morning sunlight. The clarity and color of a neighboring design was something I could appreciate.
Thank you for coming to Hip & Valley’s new site. I’ve always had an interest in taking an idea off a piece paper and creating it into something real that you can see and feel. What a better way of making a design come to life, than to build a house.
With this site, I will to be able to showcase past and current projects to the public. Having access to my blog and projects can become a valuable resource to builders and homeowners who are looking for a company with experience in producing quality homes. I’m also looking forward in being able to describe the building experience and post many photos of various phases it takes to construct a home.
Welcome home, Greg