I am in Atlanta for the American Planning Association conference right now. Atlanta is a city of many things, but it is certainly a place that has directed a great amount of its post World War II resources in support of the automobile. This produces some mad infrastructure, but also creates some fascinating patterns on the landscape, all of them in concrete. Here are a few, taken from a parking deck beneath the Georgia Dome, the downtown sports arena. Though only 18 years old, the Georgia Dome will soon be torn down to be replaced by another dome, even better than the last. I will reflect on this entire trip in an upcoming post.